Inkjet Printing Display Technology Report

Report Summary

Inkjet printing (IJP) technology is seen as an alternative choice to WOLED in large-size premium TV applications as well as potentially a primary option for medium sized displays. In recent years, panel makers, like Samsung Display, LG Display, AUO, BOE, China Star and JOLED, have put a lot of energy and investment into this technology. This technology is maturing every day, and it is likely to move into actual production in the near future. In 2021, China Star not only invested in and began collaborating with JOLED, but also revealed its T8 Gen 8.5 inkjet OLED mass production line plan in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. Although the timing of T8 remains unclear at the moment, it can still be seen as an essential step for inkjet technology entering actual production. With this report, DSCC provides a comprehensive analysis of this technology and discusses machine setup, technology details, the current supply chain, panel makers’ plans and product cost in each of the different types of products. Potentials, bottlenecks and feasible solutions of this technology are also reviewed in detail.


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Benefits include:

    • Understand the performance benefits of RGB IJP OLEDs versus other technologies;
    • Gain an understanding of the pros and cons of each type of IJP tool, including detailed specifications;
    • Learn the status and challenges related to soluble OLED and QD materials and the status of each suppliers’ offerings;
    • Discover how panel suppliers and IJP suppliers are implementing IJP and how JOLED’s solution and SDC’s differs from others;
    • Find out the status of IJP adoption at each panel supplier and what panel suppliers and OLED and QD material and equipment suppliers need to do to improve their competitiveness;
    • See the IJP equipment and material supply chains by panel supplier by layer;
    • Examine the cost differences between WOLEDs and RGB IJP OLEDs in multiple applications at different sizes and how RGB IJP OLEDs can further improve their competitiveness;
    • Get the latest IJP OLED and QD fab schedules and forecasts.

Table of Contents:

1. Basic Introduction of Inkjet Printing

1.1 Basics of Inkjet Printing Display

1.2 Current Development of IJP EML

1.3 Better For IT before Reaching TV

2. Inkjet Printing Technology in Action

2.1 Printing System: General

2.2 Printing Station: Ink Supply System

2.2 Printing Station: Printer and Head

2.3 Other Important Parts in Printer

2.4 Vacuum Dry System

2.5 Baking and Cooling

2.6 Printability and Ink Mixing

2.7 Bank and Material Requirement

2.8 Printing EML Display: QD and OLED

2.9 Printing QD CF and Others

2.10 Inkjet Printing for High PPI Applications

3. Challenges and Potential Solutions

3.1 Printer: Stability & Durability

3.2 Uniformity & Mura

3.3 Material Challenges

3.4 Other Issue: MMG

3.4 Long Process & Others

4. Supply Chain Analysis

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Material Makers: Bank & OLED

4.3 Printer Makers

4.4 Panel Makers in General

4.5 Short Summary

5. Analysis, Forecasts and Conclusions

5.1 Cost Study

5.2 32” UHD on Gen 8.5 Line

5.3 55” UHD on Gen 8.5 Line

5.4 75” UHD on Gen 10.5 Line

5.5 Competitiveness Analysis: SWOT & Porter’s Five Force

5.6 Factory Schedule & Equipment Spending

5.7 Summary

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