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Sun Chemical to Present Its Portfolio of Advanced Materials at Display Week 2018

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Press release from the issuing company

Parsippany, N.J. – Sun Chemical and its parent company, DIC Corporation, will showcase its portfolio of display application solutions during Display Week 2018.

Visitors of booth #212 will be introduced to a range of innovative technologies for displays, including liquid crystal and photoalignment materials from DIC Corporation, nanosilver and border inks for form and function, conductive pastes and inks for electroluminescent lighting, tapes and adhesives, and optical materials.

“Sun Chemical is committed to providing our customers with tailor-made solutions for a range of display applications,” said Christine Medordi, Marketing Manager, Sun Chemical. “Visitors at Display Week 2018 can learn about our custom solutions for liquid crystal, printed antenna, lighting, CIDs, HUDs, and components assembly.”

High-Performance Conductive Inks and Decorative Border Inks
Sun Chemical’s vast range of inks for displays deliver both functionality and decoration. Screen-printable, fine-line PTF silver conductive inks from the SunTronic NANOSILVER family deliver exceptionally high conductivity in 50-micron-wide lines. Sun Chemical recently expanded its EMD5000 range with both inkjet- and aerosol-jet printable conductive inks for high print resolution, the best performing low-temperature sintering properties, and adhesion to a variety of substrates.

With its recent acquisition of Gwent Electronic Materials, Sun Chemical has further strengthened its printed electronics offering with tailor-made conductive inks and pastes for thin, long-life electroluminescent lighting.

Sun Chemical will also present screen-printable border inks for beautiful, customized print on displays.

PSA Tapes, OCA Tapes and Optical Films for Durable, Functional Displays
DAITAC PSA (pressure sensitive adhesive) tapes from DIC Corporation offer diverse functionality to help build displays. From light shielding, conductivity, and EMI shielding, to repulsion resistance and flexible printed circuits (FPC) attachment, DIC’s PSA tapes deliver outstanding adhesion and holding strength to various materials. Specialized chemistries of DAITAC tapes produce low VOCs, are halogen- and acid-free, and are opaque for ultra-thin light shielding while exhibiting excellent adhesion and durability.

Optically clear adhesive (OCA) tapes from DIC Corporation will also be showcased and are available in a variety of thicknesses, offer good anti-bubbling properties, and exhibit exceptional workability. Optical films from DIC Corporation are optimized for HUDs, mirrors, meter cluster panels, and CIDs. They also prevent PC gas bubbles and allow optical control, re-workability and die-cutability.

Liquid Crystal and Photoalignment Materials from the DIC Corporation
During the show, Sun Chemical will showcase innovative liquid crystal and photoalignment materials from the DIC Corporation. A trusted, industry-leading technology, DIC’s liquid crystal materials deliver low viscosity, fast off-response in a range of temperatures, and are optimized for homogenous, hybrid or homeotropic alignment.

For crisp patterning of liquid-crystalline alignment, Sun Chemical will also display DIC’s photoalignment materials which provide high sensitivity as well as colorless and irreversible reaction in a 313nm wavelength.

To learn more about solutions offered by Sun Chemical and the DIC Corporation, visit booth #212 during Display Week 2018 in Los Angeles, California on May 22-24, 2018 or visit: www.sunchemical.com/displayweek

 

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