Konica Minolta will Showcase Metal Mesh Transparent Conductive Film by Inkjet Process and Touch Panel Sensor Film at Finetech Japan (April 8-10, Tokyo Big Sight; Booth No. 45-42).
Konica Minolta made an early technology showcase of inkjet metal mesh transparent conductive film in October 2014 at Display Innovation 2014 in Yokohama, Japan. It has drawn a significant attention for its low-visibility 5-micron fine metal lines, which was believed to be difficult in inkjet printing, the world’s top-class 0.3-ohm/square (minimum) resistance and high durability. These advanced features were based on proprietary technologies of Konica Minolta, a leader in the industrial inkjet head sector.
Utilizing its metal mesh transparent conductive film, Konica Minolta is also developing sensor film for touch panels. Furthermore, the company is working on development of roll-to-roll manufacturing process toward higher productivity for practical use. As inkjet has advantages such as direct printing process and high productivity, Konica Minolta continues driving technology development for practical applications.
Konica Minolta will showcase metal mesh transparent conductive film and touch panel sensor film at the show, and Konica Minolta will be making evaluation samples available on request basis.
|EXHIBITION||25th FINETECH JAPAN - Flat Panel Display Technology Expo
|PLACE||Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo, JAPAN|
|BOOTH||East Hall6 45-42|