We often say that the liquid crystal panel is cut from a huge liquid crystal substrate, and the generation number of the panel production line determines the size of the panel that the upstream manufacturer cuts to achieve the most economical cutting size. The panel production line should consider how to cut the glass substrate so that the raw material utilization rate is higher, the scraps generated are less, and the final product has better economic benefits. Therefore, according to the economic cutting size of panel manufacturers, the LCD production line is also divided into different algebras. So, what are the latest generations of LCD panels? Here we will talk about the generations of LCD panels and the most economical cutting size.
What is the most economical cutting size of the LCD panel
LCD panel production line
There is no strict definition of the line number of the LCD panel generation, but it is just a conventional term in the industry. It is divided according to the size of the glass substrate used in the production line. For example: G5 is 1100 * 1300mm or 1000 * 1200mm, G6 is 1500 * 1850mm, G8 is 2200 * 2500mm, you ca n’t explain who is the best according to the line, because the use is different. G5 and G6 can be used to cut LCD screens of notebooks and monitors, and G8 can be used to cut LCD TVs. Each has its own purpose. If the G8 production line is used to cut small-sized panels, the yield is definitely not high. In general, one substrate can cut about six panels, which is a relatively economical cutting size. The specific generation line cutting panel size is as follows:
6th generation panel line
The sixth-generation LCD panel line is currently a relatively popular LCD panel production line. The most suitable size for the sixth generation line is 32 inches. The utilization rate of the glass substrate is relatively high. One glass substrate can be cut into eight 32-inch panels or four 65-inch panels.
7th generation panel line
The glass substrate can cut eight 40-inch or 42-inch panels and six 46-inch or 47-inch panels.
8th generation panel line
The glass substrate can be cut into eight 46-inch panels and six 52-inch panels.
The 8.5th generation panel line
The glass substrate can cut six 55-inch panels, and the glass substrate can be cut into 32-55-inch panels, which is the mainstream LCD panel size currently used in TVs.
10th generation panel line
The glass substrate cuts six 65-inch, eight 55 or 57-inch panels, and fifteen 40-inch panels, which are mainly used in LCD TVs.
11th generation panel line
The glass substrate can cut eight 70-inch LCD panels.