Innolux, Corning Laser enter auto panel industry solutions partnership

Corning Laser Technologies (CLT) offers laser cutting systems that cut glass with low surface roughness, increased bend strength, and high throughput.

Compared to other laser cutting methods, nanoPerforation technology is said to enable unprecedented edge strength and process stability.
Compared to other laser cutting methods, nanoPerforation technology is said to enable unprecedented edge strength and process stability.

Innolux (Taipei, Taiwan) will use Corning Laser Technologies’ (Krailling, Germany) Large Platform Cutting Tool and Full Automation System for its high-end auto display panel manufacturing process, enabling good design flexibility and improved cutting accuracy of glass sensor panels for automotive applications.

Corning Laser Technologies (CLT) offers laser cutting systems that cut glass with low surface roughness, increased bend strength, and high throughput. The Large Platform Cutting Tool and Full Automation System use the company's nanoPerforation technology, which is said to allow unprecedented edge strength and process stability compared to other laser cutting methods. 

“Innolux and Corning have worked together for many years to enable new innovations in the display, automotive, and mobile consumer electronics industries. This new collaboration introduced CLT to automotive panel manufacturing, and we are excited that Innolux will utilize our laser technology for their process,” says Michael A. Müller, business director at Corning Precision Glass Solutions and Corning Laser Technologies.  

“This collaboration is one of Innolux’s largest investments in recent years,” says Innolux president James Yang. “We look forward to driving new developments in the automobile industry and introducing more advanced and high-performance auto display panels and solutions with this partnership in cutting-edge auto panel technologies.” 

For more information, please visit innolux.com and corning.com

Source: Corning press release – June 30, 2020

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