How Does Optical Bonding Work?

The optical bonding process is crucial when it comes to the manufacturing of LCD’s and touch screen systems.. Without optical bonding, screens would have lower brightness and contrast resulting in diminished readability and be less durable. , 

What is Optical Bonding?

Optical bonding consists of adhering the touch sensor or cover glass to an LCD panel.  This process secures the two parts together to create a solid bond between them without any pockets of air or air gap between the layers. 

Some benefits that optical bonding provides include:

  • Reduced parallax issues
  • Improved touch accuracy
  • Increased durability
  • Dust and moisture protection
  • Brighter visuals
  • Higher contrast and readability

The Optical Bonding Process at Apollo 

Here at Apollo Display Technologies, we’re experts when it comes to optical bonding. Our process, VacuBond®, leads the industry and is the most advanced form of optical bonding. We use a dry process utilizing a pure silicone gel sheet with the bonds performed in a vacuum chamber which yields perfect results every time. The VacuBond® process can be used for display sizes up to 32 inches with all touchscreens and cover glasses. As well, it is particularly beneficial in smaller displays with no bezels that are often difficult to bond.  


See more about how Apollo Display Technologies’ VacuBond® process makes the difference on our website.

This shot shows a wire bonder being used to attach a silicon chip to a printed circuit board. The wire bonder uses very thin gold thread to make a connection between metal pads on the the chip and the board. This shot was taken in a cleanroom environment.

Contact Us Today to Learn More About Our Custom Digital Screen Solutions!

As the global leader in optical bonding, Apollo Display Technologies supports you in all project phases – from the construction of the metal housing and procurement of specific parts to in-house development of controller boards and touchscreen integration. In need of a product, part, or have a project in mind? Contact us today at (631) 580-4360 or click here for more information.

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