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TalkOLED - OLED News and Information - Part 4

Konica Minolta Symfos flexible OLED lighting Panel – Irodori, Ibuki, Habataki, Whisper Wind OLED Models at Light and Building 2014

Konica Minolta showcased their latest OLED lighting panels “Symfos” under the slogan: Cradle of Light” a place where OLED lighting is born The panels from Konica Minolta are astonishingly thin, light and flexible. The flexible panels are produced with a plastic substrate, are only 0.35 mm thick or 1/5 of the thickness of existing glass panels. But the panels are not light they are ultra lightweight with 5 g (0.06 g/cm²).This panel can be bend with a radius of 10 mm! The flexibility revolutionize existing concepts of light sources and are new options for designers. Konica Minolta has developed the worlds first flexible OLED lighting panels which color tuning. The Symfos panels has a layered structure that provides uniform light with color tuning free from granularity. The company has big goals so they want to ramp up worlds first mass production line for plastic substrate flexible Organic light emitting diode Panel production in 2014. The roll to roll production method will start in fall 2014. The new plant is a investment from about 70 million Euros and the location is 1221 Sunada, Gokurakuji, Chuo-shi, Yamanashi Prefecture. The company plans to produce 1 million panels Oled lighting panels on plastic substrate in white and color tunable per month.

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Konica Minolta Symfos flexible OLED lighting Panel – Irodori, Ibuki, Habataki, Whisper Wind OLED Models at Light and Building 2014