LCD Robots: How To Calculate The Algebra Of LCD Panels
- Apr 27, 2018 -


Simply put, the liquid crystal panel is composed of two layers of thin glass substrates surrounded by a layer of liquid crystal molecules. In production, the glass substrate used has a fixed size, and various sizes of liquid crystal panels are formed by cutting.

This involves a problem: how to cut the glass substrate will make the raw material utilization rate higher, and the final product has better economic benefits.

Therefore, according to the economic cut size, the liquid crystal production line is also divided into different algebras.

Most of the 5th generation lines are 9-15 inch mobile products.

The fifth-generation line can cut up to six 27-inch widescreen LCD-TV substrates. The upper limit is a 27-inch widescreen TV.

The size of the sixth-generation line that is best for cutting is 32 inches.

Seventh generation wire substrates can cut eight 40-inch or 42-inch panels, six 46-inch or 47-inch panels.

The eighth-generation panel line, the substrate can be cut into eight 46-inch, six 52-inch panels.

The 8.5-generation LCD panel production line mainly cuts 32, 48, 49, and 55-inch LCD TV panels.

More than ten generations of LCD panel lines can economically cut 60- to 70-inch LCD TV panels.

Then the question is, how can these vulnerable panels be handled?

Modern robotics products cover the full range of 8.5th generation LCD robots from the second generation to the present. At the Shanghai Industry Fair in 2017, Hyundai Robots demonstrated its own high-performance cutting-edge LCD vacuum robots. It adopts a special sealing structure, which can complete high-speed handling and automatic loading and unloading work in a vacuum environment. It is an indispensable automated handling equipment for vacuum processing of flat-panel displays. In addition, more than ten different types of flat-panel display robots have been developed according to different sizes, such as tenth, fifth, eighth, sixth, and fifth generations.

With the large demand for LCD panels in China and the large investment in related industries, LCD handling robots account for a relatively large proportion of modern robotics in China. In the past two years, in the construction of an 8.5-generation LCD factory in China, modern robotics products have exceeded 40% of the market share.

In the future of the Internet of Things, station signs, shop windows, etc. can be replaced with large LCD screens. The LCD robots of modern robots can play a big role.