1 December 1995 Plastic optics in LCD backlighting
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A precisely modeled acrylic lightpipe is combined with micro-structured films, reflective films, adhesives, and other mechanical components in the construction of a thin, high performance LCD backlight. We focus here on the manufacturing issues associated with the injection molded lightpipe.
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Neil Gitkind, Benjamin A. Jacobson, Fred J. Scipione, Robert D. Gengelbach, Robert M. Emmons, Robert L. Holman, "Plastic optics in LCD backlighting", Proc. SPIE 2600, Design, Fabrication, and Applications of Precision Plastic Optics, (1 December 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.227927; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.227927
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