From big devices like digital signs to medium-sized and small devices like smartphones and smart watches, flat-panel displays (FPDs) are offered in a range of sizes and performance levels.The original TFT circuit layouts are drawn on a photomask by the FPD lithography technology, which uses light to expose the designs onto a glass plate through a lens.
In order to create the patterns throughout the whole surface of a huge glass plate, the exposure procedure is repeated numerous times.Large, multiple-unit glass substrates that are up to 36 inches square are used to create flat panel displays.
There are also smaller sizes manufactured, such as 14 inch square. Multiple displays can be placed on a single glass sheet. For images to be displayed on televisions, cellphones, digital signage, and other display devices, flat panel displays (FPDs) are necessary.
Equipment for FPD lithography is essential for producing displays and creating submicron pixel circuits on glass substrates. FPD lithography equipment plays a significant role that is directly related to substrate quality, yield, and production efficiency.
FPD manufacturing demands advanced optical technologies and high-precision, high-speed alignment capabilities.The phrase “flat panel display,” or “FPD,” refers to a variety of display technologies, such as organic light emitting diode (OLED) and liquid crystal displays. Numerous everyday display devices, such as televisions, computers, and cellphones, use FPDs of various sizes.
The Global Flat Panel Display (FPD) Lithography Equipment market Name accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Canon launched new Flat Panel Display (FPD) Lithography Equipment, The flat screen television market is seeing an increase in demand for 65-inch and larger screens that handle 4K and 8K ultra-high definition content due to the growing popularity of thin display technology.
Canon U.S.A., Inc., a pioneer in digital imaging solutions, announces the release of the new MPAsp-H1003T, a flat panel display (FPD) lithography system, in recognition of this trend. One-shot exposure of 65-inch displays is possible thanks to the display manufacturing solution’s ability to resolve 2.0 micrometer Line/Space (L/S) details across Generation 8 glass panels1.
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