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Touch Screens

Our touch integration competence center supports your design, evaluates the final functionality and (if necessary) corrects your design. We support resistive analogue, capacitive, infrared, projected capacitive and SAW technologies.

Touch Mounting Service

For all touch technologies we offer the complete mounting in our clean rooms (up to class 1000).

Optical Bonding Service for Touch Screens

Since summer 2013 we offer you the latest and most modern optical bonding technology: vacuum bonding.

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With Data Display Group's projected capacitive multi-touch screens, even small TFT display sized 5″ to 32″ can now be equipped with this high quality touch technology. In addition we offer selected resistive analog touch screens, currently sized 10.1″(25.65cm ).

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The analog resistive 5-wire touch screensby Abon Touch are very robust and available in sizes from 10.4 "to 19" (26.42 cm to 48.26 cm). They can be operated by finger, with gloves or by stylus.

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DMC's analogue resistive 4-wire touch screens (also glass-glass) and the more robust 5-wire touch screens are the perfect choice for budget-priced, compact applications. The new two to five finger projected capacitive touch screens are outstandingly clear. They enable professional optical designs as known from modern smartphones, iPhone and iPad for indoor or outdoor applications and can also be equipped with a protection glass against vandalism

Zytronic dual finger multitouch projected capacitive touch screens feature the sensor embedded in the touch glass, ensuring long product life and stability. In addition to the standard versions, a wide range of custom touchscreens from 5.7" (14.48 cm) up to 82" (280.28 cm) are available.

Fujitsu produces industrial analog resistive multi-touch screens in 4-wire and 7-wire designs from 3.7" (9.4 cm) to 17" (43.18 cm).

eTurboTouch's analog matrix touch screens are real 10 finger multi Touch Screens offering a high resolution and performance, despite a low power consumption.