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Toray and Shin-Etsu take microLED production to the next level

Devices by Japanese companies slash hours from costly display-making

Shin-Etsu Chemical's device uses lasers to streamline production of microLED panels. (Photo courtesy of Shin-Etsu Chemical)

TOKYO -- Japanese manufacturers Toray Industries and Shin-Etsu Chemical have developed a way to drive down the cost of mass-producing next-generation microLED displays.

Toray will introduce a device this month that reduces key manufacturing processes up to 16%. Codeveloped with Shin-Etsu, the device shortens the time needed to affix light-emitting diodes (LEDs) onto substrates.

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