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Comparing glass material for LCD design


Oct 11, 2021

LCD displays are very fragile and normally require a cover lens to be added in front of the display to protect it from damage and ensure that the data on display can be seen as clearly as possible. Cover lenses are usually fabricated from glass. However, not all glass is equal and there are different treatments that can complicate the decision process.

This brochure introduces you to the two main types of glass on offer and covers the following:

  • Soda-lime glass
  • Aluminosilicate glass
  • Chemical strengthening
  • Phsyical tempering
  • Glass shattering
  • Strength comparisons
  • Optical bonding
  • Anti-glare coatings
  • Anti-reflecting coatings
  • Other glass treatments

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