If you’re looking for the best optical bonding there is for your screens, look no further than Apollo Display Technologies, VacuBond®.
How Does Optical Bonding Work?
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. This process offers various advantages, including:
- Reduced parallax issues
- Improved touch accuracy
- Increased durability
- Dust and moisture protection
- Brighter visuals
- Higher contrast and readability
The team at Apollo Display Technologies specializes in optical bonding technology, making them the go-to company for all your optical bonding needs.
Why Choose Apollo Display Technologies VacuBond® For Optical Bonding
Here at Apollo, we’ve developed our own optical bonding production process that allows for better-than-ever quality and visuals for your screens. This most advanced form of optical bonding in the industry is VacuBond®.
Traditional optical bonding is done as a wet process using a liquid adhesive which can be messy and leads to low yield, lower quality, and is not reworkable. With VacuBond®, 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. Because our sheets are pure silicon material, there is no yellowing over time, making them ideal for outdoor use as well.
This process can be used for display sizes up to 32 inches with all types of touchscreens and cover glasses. It is also particularly beneficial in smaller displays with a frameless design that is often difficult to bond. Unlike other types of optical bonding, with VacuBond®, we guarantee there will be zero optical defects visible to the naked eye. Simply put, our technology raises the bar when it comes to optical bonding.
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.