The purpose of the cyFLEX joint project is to develop viable OLED materials for mass-market applications that can be integrated into luminescent packaging for all types of products.
Readily available source materials, such as copper, and new, efficient OLED manufacturing processes will help get luminescent packaging to market soon. The consortium formed by the German enterprise cynora GmbH and the Light Technology Institute at KIT will cover the value chain from material development all the way to the finished component. The project will explore ways of adapting OLED materials for efficient printing and coating processes as well as optimizing the manufacturing process for OLED components.
Working closely together with the leading-edge cluster Forum Organic Electronics, the plan is to complete a small volume production run of printed flexible OLED film at InnovationLab GmbH (iL), a regional research and knowledge transfer platform.
The project will draw on the cluster’s expertise in the field of printed organic electronics to successfully combine material and process development in one application.
cyFLEX will run with a timeline of two years and a budget of 619 000 EUR given to cynora GmbH, from which 309 000 EUR is financed by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF – Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung).
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