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Manufacturing method of organic thin-film transistors and equipment for manufacturing the same










Image Number 5 for United States Patent #7635860.

To increase productivity of organic thin-film transistors, in an organic thin-film transistor manufacturing equipment, a liquid containing at least either one of a wiring material and a semiconductor material is coated on a substrate to form a number of organic thin-film transistors. Substrate carrying means carry the substrate. The substrate is heated by a first heating means, and the temperature of the substrate is controlled by a controller. The liquid containing at least either one of the wiring material and the semiconductor material is heated by a second heating means, and the temperature of this liquid is controlled also by the controller.








 
 
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