April 22, 2005 — Litrex Corp., a Pleasanton, Calif., developer of inkjet systems for manufacturing next generation electronics and displays, announced it had shipped its 50th inkjet printer, a Generation 2, to an institute for developing a variety of LCD manufacturing applications.
The company’s inkjet printers are for precisely depositing an array of high-value materials, including electronic polymers, nano-metals, and biomaterials. The company says currently 25 companies worldwide are using them for materials deposition in industries such as OLED, organic semiconductors, and LCD manufacturing.
One of Litrex’s parent companies, Cambridge Display Technology (Nasdaq:OLED) develops light emitting polymers (P-OLEDs). Litrex’s other owner is ULVAC, Inc. (TOKYO:6728) of Japan, a leader in vacuum deposition for displays.