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Plastic color filter manufacturing method and color filter manufactured in the manufacturing method










Image Number 5 for United States Patent #5969780.

An insulating layer is formed on a plurality of electrodes formed on a plastic film substrate, the insulating layer having a plurality of electrode connecting holes formed therein. Electrodes of the plurality of electrodes are selectively connected to an external circuit via respective ones of the plurality of connecting holes. Conductive color filter layers are formed on the thus-connected electrodes by an electrochemical method. A value obtained as a result of subtracting a width of each one of the plurality of electrode connecting holes from a width of a respective one of the plurality of electrodes is large so that a position of the electrode connecting hole is maintained to correspond to a position of the electrode even when the plastic film substrate expands or contracts maximally.








 
 
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