Usun To Produce Anti-reflective Glass For Touch Panels

Date: 23 July 2009
Source: Digital Times
Usun Technology, a Taiwan-based maker of equipment for FPD and CCL (copper clad laminate) production, as well as automation systems, will start a new business that uses nano-optical coatings to produce anti-reflective glass for touch panels, according to the company.

Usun is scheduled to complete two anti-reflective glass production lines at its factory in Shanghai, eastern China, in the third quarter of 2009, with volume production to kick off in 2010, the company indicated. Usun said it has recently increased its capital by issuing new shares, with the additional funds of around NT$280 million (US$8.54 million) for expanding its new businesses in touch panel and solar applications.Usun is also looking to tap into the solar-equipment market.

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