LEDinside: Micro LED Key Technology Development Map Analysis: Transfer Technology

Summary: According to the latest ‘ 1Q17 Micro LED Next Generation Display Industry Member Report’ by LEDinside, Micro LED key technology development cover four sectors, including epi wafer and chip, transfer, bonding, and color conversion.......

According to the latest ‘ 1Q17 Micro LED Next Generation Display Industry Member Report’ by LEDinside, Micro LED key technology development cover four sectors, including epi wafer and chip, transfer, bonding, and color conversion. Transfer Technology The core technology of thin film transfer is how to massively pick up micrometer-scale epitaxy, currently, the pick-up can be implemented through physical and chemical methods. Taking the physical method for exa........
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