LUMINEQ display thickness of about 0.7mm thick, works very well to be embedded into a layer of 0.76mm PVB. The displays are shipped with the layers of thin films exposed – without a cover glass – so they are optimized for lamination.
LUMINEQ displays easily handle the lamination process pressure of 8-14 bar and temperature of roughly 140 degrees Celsius.
The displays can accept a slight compound curve during the lamination process – so you don't have to have a flat piece of glass to use our display technology in.
To get started, we recommend our lamination introduction packages using one of our standard displays. We have lots of options for design, this one on the right being one of them.
The lamination introduction package includes dummy glass, dummy glass with flex, as well as our display glass with the drive electronics.
We'll provide the file for the laminator to use to cut the interlayer to match our display and suggest that the laminator practice first with just the glass samples, then the glass samples with flex and finally with the displays provided.
The first proof of concept is typically done with a standard product to lower initial costs and to do tests, then the customer can work with our team on a custom display solution that fits their needs perfectly.
No experience working with laminated glass or laminators? Not an issue as we've had the opportunity to work with most of them and happily will introduce you to the teams we think fit your needs most.
If you have preferred vendors, we are glass and laminator agnostic and will support you how you need us to. We also have a best practices laminated displays document that will help you get going quickly.
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