All the information comes together in the display - thanks to Openair-Plasma®

Tuesday, 04-16-2024
60 min
En línea
English
gratis

There are many challenges in the development of displays, from ensuring first-class image quality to minimizing energy consumption. For mobile devices in particular, it is crucial that displays not only deliver outstanding images, but also extend battery life. At the same time, they must be robust enough to withstand daily use without performance degradation. The production of high-quality displays at reasonable prices and their adaptability to different environments and systems are also important challenges to be overcome.

 

In addition to long-term stable bonding of highly sensitive electronics, shortened production times and high reproducibility, innovative plasma technology also offers a CO2-neutral, inline-capable solution to support display manufacturing.

Join our PlasmaTalk on April 16th with the topic "All information comes together in the display - thanks to Openair-Plasma®". Learn how surface pretreatment with Openair-Plasma® ensures safe, reproducible and reject free production. Peter Langhof, Technical Sales at Plasmatreat, will explain why plasma technology plays a crucial role in display manufacturing and why alternative methods are not considered. Stay tuned for the future of plasma technology and how it will support next generation developments.

The free PlasmaTalk is aimed at research, development and quality control personnel, as well as designers, process engineers and production equipment operators in industrial processes.

The PlasmaTalk will last 40-60 minutes and include a question and answer session. Do you have specific questions? Please send them in advance to academy@plasmatreat.com so we can include them in the program.

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Peter Langhof

Key Account Manager

Peter Langhof is Technical Sales Manager at Plasmatreat GmbH. He has many years of experience in technical sales and a specific know-how in surface treatment and bonding applications in different industries.