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SCHOTT: Chemically Strengthened Glass

September 6, 2013
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This company has introduced a chemically strengthened, alumino-silicate glass sheet solution designed for the rapidly emerging integrated touch technology market. Xensation®Cover ITS (integrated touch solution) glass reportedly facilitates the combination of touch sensor and cover glass into one while maintaining mechanical and optical performance.

The glass has been specially designed to translate the performance benefits of Xensation cover glass, reportedly the world’s strongest, most reliable alumino-silicate glass for regular 2G cover glass technology, into a high-performance full-sheet solution for integrated touch technologies such as One-Glass-Solution (OGS). By enabling ITO sensor deposition directly on full-size, ion-exchanged sheets (that can later be cut using industry standard equipment), the cover ITS glass reportedly allows touch panel makers to produce lighter, thinner, less complex touch module stacks and benefit from more cost-efficient process chains.

For more information, visit www.us.schott.com.

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