Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post

There is a difference between making the paper itself and coating on it. Kodak did both at one time. Now, all paper is purchased uncoated from Schoeller in Germany. This was posted here and elsewhere nearly 2 years ago.

OLEDs are not coated in the same way as film or paper.

Well, I have been here less than one year, and there have been over 350K messages, so I probably missed that posting. Maybe asking a question would be simpler: can coating lines now used for film producation be re-purposed to other coating uses? If no, why not? If yes, then what incentive would Kodak have to sell off the coating lines, instead of re-purposing them?


Gordon Moat
A G Studio