Holst Centre and Fraunhofer FEP unroll the world's longest OLED

November 26, 2018 // By Julien Happich
At a stunning 15 meters in length, the OLED roll produced by Holst Centre and Fraunhofer FEP is believed to be the world's longest single-device OLED, opening the door to 'endless OLEDs' that manufacturers and designers could then easily tailor to their own needs.

Lyteus brings together leaders in OLED technology from across Europe to create a pilot production line and product development services for OLED products. Working together, Holst Centre and Fraunhofer FEP successfully demonstrated the possibility for continuous production of OLEDs of any length. This both reduces the cost of production and enables "cut-to-fit" lighting for applications such as transportation, architecture and interior design.

"This is a major milestone in development of pilot line Roll-to-Roll (R2R) technologies that will enable Lyteus to offer long OLED strips to its customers. It is an example of how the Lyteus pilot line turns flexible OLED possibilities into products. It was only possible due to the unique capabilities of Holst Centre and Fraunhofer FEP and the great cooperation between them and other Lyteus partners" said Pavel Kudlacek, Leader of Technology Development at Lyteus.


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