Rochester, NY, August 17, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- At the upcoming NIP32 Printing for Fabrication Conference in Manchester, United Kingdom, Molecular Glasses, Inc. CEO and Founder Michel (Mike) Molaire will give a presentation on Wednesday, September 14, 2016, “A Novel Printable Process for Fabricating Large Size OLED Displays.”
NIP 32 is sponsored by the Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) and the Imaging Society of Japan (ISJ). The five-day NIP Conference starts on September 12. This is the first time NIP is been held outside the U.S. Molaire joins a line-up of 150 presenters from all over the world representing many of the major companies and universities involved in printed electronics, including the University of Cambridge, the University of Stuttgart, the University of China, Samsung Electronics, Merck Chemicals, Canon, Fuji-Xerox, HP and Ricoh.
“The primary reason OLED is not dominating the television market today is cost,” said Molaire. "The current OLED thermal/vacuum manufacturing process is both wasteful and costly. Solution printing processes such as Inkjet printing have been identified as a sensible solution. However, in spite of intensive research and development efforts this technology is not yet commercialized.
"Molecular Glasses has invented a new class of materials for printing. NONcrystallizable™ OLED materials are very soluble in common organic solvents and can be formulated into inks for printing. At NIP32 we will introduce a new process that will address the problems that have thus far prevented OLED Inkjet printing from being commercialized. We have invented novel materials for OLED inkjet inks. Now we are introducing SurfaceJET™, a simpler process to enable full commercialization of printed OLEDs.”
NONcrystallizable™ means efficient OLED. Long-lived OLED. Affordable OLED.
About Molecular Glasses, Inc.
Molecular Glasses, Inc. is a supplier of patent pending materials to Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) of Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLED) for use in displays (cell phones and tablets for example, and specialty lighting. These materials will enable OEMs to produce OLEDs with longer device life, higher light output, lower power consumption, and reduced manufacturing costs. This new class of materials is fully compatible with both the current thermal/vacuum deposition manufacturing processes and the emerging printing manufacturing processes (ink-jet, roll-to-roll, etc.). Molecular Glasses will derive revenue both from the licensing of patents and the sale of materials. www.molecularglasses.com
Molecular Glasses™, NONcrystallizable™, Molaicular™, Molaicular Inside™, ISOmeric™, HIentropy™, SurfaceJET™ are trademarks of Molecular Glasses, Inc.
Contact: Mike Molaire