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Imagining All-Screen Foldable Touch Electronics is Not Anymore Obscure, Asserts This Japanese Company

Tanaka’s Latest Discovery of a single-sided, dual-layer wiring structure for metal meshes used in touch sensors will contribute to higher image quality, thinner devices, increased flexibility, and improved durability of smart phone touch panels and other applications.

High-end smartphones with foldable displays and other components are expected to appear in the marketplace starting 2019 to 2020, and there is a need to create thinner and highly durable flexible touch panels.

Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo K.K. is known to have discovered a single-sided, dual-layer wiring structure for metal meshes used in touch sensors. The company also claims to have found a method of manufacturing the structure and has commenced development for commercial application.

This technology will contribute to higher image quality, thinner devices, increased flexibility, and improved durability of smartphone touch panels and other applications.


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