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Method of Patching Element Defects by Ink-Jet Printing for Polymer Light Emitting Diodes

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The innate character of ink-jet instability causes the device defect in manufacturing for polymer light emitting diodes (PLED). This study develops image process skill to identify defect location; these skills include the filtering, color processing, background subtraction, dilation etc. Combination with the defect information and the predetermined head library, the ink-jet amount to patch defects can be appropriately estimated. Besides, an optimal printing route has designed with a special head driving of pre-oscillation during motion intermission. By this methodology, a 60 pL drop size from ink jet nozzle can precisely patch the PLED panel with pixel resolution of 240*73 μm, the QCIF standard. This ink-jet manufacture skill use for patch defects can increase the yield rate on line.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2004-01-01

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