Introduction for EastRising main production equipment and working place in image and video.  
         
   

Name:TFT Bonding Machine
Brand:ESTAR
Origin:China
Model:EST-FOG-1000
Qty:1Set

Introduction:This equipment is used for the produciton of collor tft lcd module.

 
 

   

Name:COB Machine
Brand:ASM
Origin:HongKong
Model:AB530
Qty:1 Set

Introduction:This equipment is used for the produciton of mono character or graphic lcd module with pcb board.

 
 

   

Name:COG Machine
Brand:DongJu
Origin:China
Model:DSA-100A
Qty:6 Sets

Introduction:This equipment is used for the produciton of mono character or garphic lcd module without pcb.

 
 

   

Name:SMT Machine
Brand:JUKI
Origin:Japan
Model:KE-2050CM
Qty:4 Sets

Introduction:This equipment is used for the circuit produciton of lcd module with pcb.

 
 

               
    Here is the EastRising assembly line where we assemble the LCD module or LCD display into whole.  
 

    Here is the EastRising COG Room . Chip-On-Glass (COG) is a flip chip technology for direct connection assembly of ICs (Integrated circuits) on glass substrate by using ACF. The IC is an unpackaged, bare chip and the pitch of the bumps (footprint) can be scaled down according to customer requirements (contact pitch of glass substrate). This technology reduces the assembly area to the highest possible packing density and is implemented in applications where space saving is crucial. It allows a cost-effective mounting of driver chips because integrating flex PCB is no longer required. The IC is bonded directly onto the glass substrate and is suitable for handling high-speed or high-frequency signals.  
 

    Here is the EastRising COB Room A bare chip that is mounted directly onto the printed circuit board (PCB). After the wires e attached, a glob of epoxy or plastic is used to cover the chip and its connections.  
 

    Here is the EastRising SMT room.Surface-mount technology (SMT) is a method for constructing electronic circuits in which the components are mounted directly onto the surface of printed circuit boards (PCBs). An electronic device so made is called a surface-mount device (SMD).