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Liquid Crystal Polymers

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by C.J. Luke, Feb 29, 2004.

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  1. C.J. Luke

    C.J. Luke Guest

    I am looking for a source/sources for purchasing some liquid crystal
    polymers. I have an old 1984 Corvette that the display has died. It
    consist of 3 seperate displays that are two pieces of glass etched with
    condictive patterns and sandwiched together with a small cavity that is/was
    filled with liquid crystals. I would like to find some replacement for that
    but would really like to use some of the newer 'sheet' form of liquid
    crystal polymer. Either way, I have been unable to locate any
    sources/specifications for the above. Can anyone in this group point me in
    the right direction and/or give me some technical info that will help me in
    my quest?

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