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14 July 2021

Volvo Cars

Wednesday

Automotive lighting: Volvo's stake towards an electronic world

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01:40pm

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Paul-Henri Matha

Technical Lead, Exterior Lighting

OLED and LED Lighting, All, Advanced Displays

Automotive lighting: Volvo's stake towards an electronic world

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01:40pm

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14 July 2021

TNO Holst Centre

Wednesday

Laser-assisted microLED integration

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02:02pm

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Lotte Willems

Business Development Manager

The development of microLED displays has driven the need for high throughput and cost effective technologies for microLED mass transfer and integration, as conventional assembly technologies fail to provide the required accuracy and throughput. Building upon an extensive track record in the development of laser-assisted technologies for high resolution printing of multilayer circuits and fine pitch interconnects, Holst Centre has recently demonstrated selective and high-throughput laser die transfer of 40 μm microcomponents and high-throughput printing of 30 μm dots of conductive adhesive. In this talk, we will explain how Holst Centre’s technologies are promising key enablers for microLED displays.

Lotte Willems
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The development of microLED displays has driven the need for high throughput and cost effective technologies for microLED mass transfer and integration, as conventional assembly technologies fail to provide the required accuracy and throughput. Building upon an extensive track record in the development of laser-assisted technologies for high resolution printing of multilayer circuits and fine pitch interconnects, Holst Centre has recently demonstrated selective and high-throughput laser die transfer of 40 μm microcomponents and high-throughput printing of 30 μm dots of conductive adhesive. In this talk, we will explain how Holst Centre’s technologies are promising key enablers for microLED displays.

OLED and LED Lighting, All, Advanc