Process for making array of fibers used in fiber-based displays 

Patent No. 6,247,987

Issued: June 19, 2001

Inventor:  Chad Byron Moore; 7 W. 4th St., Corning, NY 14830 

Other patents by same inventor: 6,507,146, 6,431,935 , 6,414,433 , 6,459,200 , 6,354,8996,452,332


A process for fabricating a fiber-based display includes drawing fiber onto a cylindrical drum, removing the fibers from the drum to form an array of fibers, and laying at least one array of fibers removed from the drum between two plates to form a fiber-based display panel. The cross-sectional shape of the fibers in the fiber arrays are suitable for use in a flat panel display, such as plasma emissive displays, plasma addressed liquid crystal displays, and field emissive displays. 


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