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Daisuke Miyazaki, Shoichi Kurauchi, Hitoshi Hatoh, Teruyuki Midorikawa: Liquid crystal display device spacers formed from stacked color layers. Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, May 26, 1998: US05757451 (259 worldwide citation)

A liquid crystal display element includes a pillar-shaped spacer as a stack of a plurality of color layers, which exists on either an active matrix substrate or an opposite substrate facing to the former substrate. An impurity concentration and an impurity elution quantity of the color layer closest ...


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Hiroki Nakamura: Liquid crystal display device having the driving circuit disposed in the seal area, with different spacer density in driving circuit area than display area. Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, December 19, 2000: US06163357 (211 worldwide citation)

A liquid crystal display element comprising drive circuits 56, 57 integrally formed with a drive element 31 on a substrate 32 and two substrates 32, 33 sealed by a sealing agent 67 to include a drive circuit formed portion with a seal area (120), wherein a spacer 66 for determining the gap between t ...


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Ogino Hisaaki, Takase Takeshi: Method for manufacturing liquid crystal display element. Toshiba, November 30, 2001: JP2001-330840 (198 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To improve the display quality of a liquid crystal display element by preventing vacuum space from remaining in a liquid crystal cell due to uneven spreading of a liquid crystal in a sealing step of the liquid crystal with a dripping method.SOLUTION: A sealant 14 is applied on ...


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Matsukawa Hideki, Yamada Satoshi, Sumida Shirou: Method of manufacturing for liquid crystal display device. Matsushita Electric, April 27, 2001: JP2001-117109 (191 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method of manufacturing for a liquid crystal display element, which is capable of suppressing streaky defect caused by liquid crystal injection and shortening a time required for the liquid crystal injection. SOLUTION: The streaky defect is reduced by suppressing a ...


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Egami Norihiko: Device for manufacturing liquid crystal display element and its method. Matsushita Electric, November 7, 2000: JP2000-310759 (190 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To stick together two substrates placed in positions opposite to each other without being broken and with excellent accuracy. SOLUTION: Relating to the device for manufacturing a liquid crystal display element the lower substrate 3 of which the upper surface is coated with an a ...


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Egami Norihiko: Divice for manufacturing liquid crystal display element. Matsushita Electric, August 10, 2001: JP2001-215459 (184 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a device for manufacturing a liquid crystal display element in which two transparent substrates are precisely positioned.SOLUTION: The device for manufacturing a liquid crystal element 100 makes a liquid crystal material uniformly held between lower and upper substra ...


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Nishiyama Seiji, Nakao Kenji, Kamimura Tsuyoshi: Liquid crystal display element and its manufacture. Matsushita Electric, January 19, 2001: JP2001-013506 (178 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a liquid crystal display element with little deterioration of display quality caused by temperature variation by improving the temperature characteristics of the display quality affected by high hardness and low elasticity of post spacers or the like.SOLUTION: The el ...


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Egami Norihiko, Sotozono Nobutaka, Inoue Susumu, Sumida Shirou, Sakai Naoto, Matsukawa Hideki: Manufacture of liquid crystal display element. Matsushita Electric, May 26, 2000: JP2000-147528 (169 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To realize a liquid crystal display element manufacturing method capable of removing a positional deviation at the time of mutually sticking upper and lower substrates and removing defects such as uneven images. SOLUTION: A lower substrate 3 whose upper surface is coated with a ...


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Nakahama Koji: Apparatus and method for manufacturing liquid crystal display element. Sharp, March 27, 2002: JP2002-090759 (161 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an apparatus and a method for manufacturing a liquid crystal display element which can use a mask even in a vacuum atmosphere, and does not cause damage to the substrate.SOLUTION: The mask 5 is fixed by screwing on a lower surface plate 1a, and an adhesive member 5b ...


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Masayuki Okamoto, Hajime Hiraki, Seiichi Mitsui: Liquid crystal display. Sharp Kabushiki Kaisha, August 28, 2001: US06281952 (159 worldwide citation)

A liquid crystal display is furnished with: a liquid crystal display element having a pair of substrates, to which alignment members are provided to their respective opposing surfaces, and a liquid crystal layer sandwiched by the pair of substrates; an alignment mechanism for providing at least two ...