Samsung Oled will 30% more QD-OLEDs can be produced.

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Samsung Display intends to increase its capacity for manufacturing quantum dot OLED panels 30%.

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The business intends to accomplish this without investing more money in equipment by cutting the takt time.

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The current monthly capacity of Samsung Display's Q1 line, which produces the QD-OLED panels, is 30,000.

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By the end of the year, the business wants to rise to 30,000 substrates every month.

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Samsung Display recently increased the yield rate of QD-OLED by 85%, which will aid in achieving its objective.

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LG Display increased capacity for its Gen 8.5 white (W)-OLED facility in Guangzhou from 60,000 to 90,000 boards per month without incurring significant additional costs.

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With the increased capacity, Samsung Display will also begin producing 77-inch and 49-inch QD-OLED models the following year.

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This means South Korean manufacturer will produce the panel in sizes intended for TVs of 55, 65, and 77 inches as well as monitors of 34 and 49 inches.

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