Organic Light Emitting Diode, popularly known as OLED, has been widely used in general lighting fixtures. It has become immensely popular today. Konica Minolta has also taken a drift towards OLED and has unveiled the world’s first ever inkjet printhead that can print OLED displays. The all new KM128SNG-MB is a high-precision inkjet printhead that will be used in printing of OLED displays and printed electronics.
To fabricate the printhead, Konica Minolta has used the MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems) technology that helps the printhead in producing 1-picoliter size droplet. The printhead merely measures 38mm wide and comprises 128 nozzles that help in ink ejaculation.
According to Konica Minolta, the printhead will be able to print a thin layer coating along with smartphone displays. It also offers high ink resistance and optimization for low viscosity inks in industrial purposes.
The KM128SNG-MB inkjet printhead will be available for sale this spring.