If you are wondering about the latest news on Ares Materials, wait no more, here they are for you! From new products, conferences, and awards. Check it out!
The Ares team flew out Los Angeles last May to take part in the Society of Information Display’s conference, Display Week 2018… and we made it big!
We had our own booth for the first time in this conference, and we were invited to give two important presentations: one at the Technical Symposium by Dr. Radu Reit (click here if you want to hear the actual presentation), and one more at the Investors Conference by our CEO, Dr. David Arreaga.
We had a tremendous amount of traffic coming by our booth and a lot of interest in our product offering. It was great to see so many potential customers and partners really enthused by our new generation of high-performance optical films and eager to get their hands on our products
You might have already heard about it on the news, but at Display Week we launched our new Mechanical Lift-Off technology for OLED display manufacturing, a superior alternative to laser lift-off technologies. This novel product will help manufacturers reduce their lost yield caused by the stringent laser lift-off processes. Easybond is already on sale at pilot volumes and several of our prospective customers are already testing it. If you would like to see it for yourself, email us at email@example.com
A committee of experts from the Society of Information Display chose Easybond as the winner of the prestigious ‘Best in Show’ award. This award recognizes only the most innovative products presented at Display Week. We are excited to have been chosen as the winners and thrilled by all of the new prospect customers reaching out to us to learn more about Pylux and Easybond
Our CEO and CTO are heading out to Busan, South Korea for the 18th International meeting on Information Display. The event will be held at the end of next month (Aug 28-31) and we will be presenting the latest advances on Laser-Free Mechanical Debonding of Plastic Films and case studies of Polysulfide Thermosets for Use in Front Plane Applications.
If you are at the event and would like to discuss in person, shoot us an email. We will be happy discuss with you how our high-performance optical materials can help you improve your device performance