In January 2017 Novaled started constructing its new fab and office buildings in Dresden, that will comprise of a renovated old mill that will be turned into a prestigious office building and a new 110-meter long R&D plant with state-of-the-art research areas, laboratories and clean rooms. Novaled announced today that it has ordered OLED deposition systems from Sunic System for about $3 million.

Novaled's future Dresden HQ (render, 2017)

The new deposition system will increase Novaled's OLED production capacity by 40% and will offer more precise repeatability in processing. This is of course an R&D machine that is used to test Novaled's organic materials.

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