Pixelligent Debuts High R.I. UV and Visible Light Curable Optical Adhesive for Optical Components Manufacturers
Pixelligent announced today that Norland Products Inc. has launched a high R.I. Ultraviolet (UV) and visible light curable optical adhesive NOA 170 (R.I. 1.70) using Pixelligent’s PixClear-based high R.I. Zirconia nanocrystal technology.
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Lighting touches every part of our world, from our homes and computer screens to commercial office buildings and highways. It does more than just brighten our lives – it impacts learning, the environment and even our mood.
Pixelligent, the leader in high-index advanced materials, announced today its 2016 predictions for high refractive index applications in the electronics markets that it serves.
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Pixelligent Technologies CEO, Craig Bandes, describes how advanced materials and nanotechnology have brought manufacturing jobs back to Baltimore on Fox 45 Morning News.
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Pixelligent Export Success Highlighted in Greater Baltimore Committee Report
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Pixelligent has a bright future providing zirconia nanocrystals to the LED and OLED industry before expanding.
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A new set of materials to boost the light extraction from OLED panels has been introduced by US solid-state lighting firm Pixelligent Technologies.
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Consumer electronics and all man-made products are composed of materials that have been selected, modified and manipulated so as to arrange the atoms into particular forms and to accomplish specific functions.
US-based Pixelligent has been researching light extraction materials for OLED lighting panels for a long time, and the company now officially announced a new family of OLED lighting products. The PixClear Zirconia nanocrystal family of high index materials enable revolutionary light extraction and efficiency for a wide variety of OLED Lighting applications.Read More
Baltimore Business Journal
Baltimore-based Pixelligent Technologies has raised $3.4 million in convertible debt to put toward expanding its nanocrystal manufacturing business. The late Series B round will go toward expanding Pixelligent’s customer base globally and increasing capacity of its manufacturing facility to at least 40 tons a year, beginning in 2016.Read More