eMagin logo neweMagin announced that it has signed an agreement to built its first production OLED deposition machine. The new machine is expected to increase OLED deposition capacity by approximately tenfold, to increase yield significantly and contribute to substantially more automated processes. The new proprietary machine replaces the company’s existing Satella, an R&D machine adapted and used by eMagin for production since its inception in 1996.

The new machine is expected to be completed in Spring 2011, with production beginning in the Fall 2011.

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