Organic material deposition

Advanced, additive solution that allows for substantially reduced feature size, irrespective of the scale, without shadowing effect

XTPL technology can be applicable within the OLED manufacturing to precisely deposit organic materials. Unlike the currently used fine metal mask (FMM) approach, structures obtained with XTPL printing method do not exhibit shadowing effect with the increase of display size.

This advance allows for reduced feature size irrespective of the scale. Since our solution is purely additive, no organic material is wasted and there is no need for masks that have to be replaced between the deposition cycles. Currently used state-of-the-art ink-jet printers for the OLED industry deposit structures with a minimal diameter of 20 um, while XTPL technology provides microdots as small as 1 um in diameter. Additionally, the implemented XTPL ultra-precise deposition (UPD) allows for obtaining arbitrary shapes on any kind of substrate currently used in the FPD industry.


Minimal structure size 20 um


XTPL method

Minimal current structure size 1 um



XTPL logo pattern composed of microdots with a diameter approx. 3.5 um deposited on the glass.

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