What You Need to Know About Curved Glass with OCA


There is a chance that one day you will break your phone screen. They are glass – very fragile – and we carry them in our pockets or bags every day, even in our hands. No matter how careful you are, your phone will be bumped, crushed and dropped. If you broke your Samsung edge screen, you’ll want to fix it. Here’s what you need to know about repairing or replacing your screen.


On most smartphones, there’s a front screen that protects and enhances the LCD screen below. The LCD screen is the more important of the two and provides all the display features along with the touch interface that is vital for a smartphone to function.


It would be better for the front screen to be damaged, than for the damage to extend into the LCD screen. However, you should fix your front screen as soon as you can. If your front screen is damaged, you still run the risk of compromising the LCD screen, because the front screen offers less protection if it is cracked or shattered.

s10+ front screen with oca

If you need to replace the front screen, a good curved front glass with OCA will save a lot of time and money. That’s what we’re going to focus on today – Curved Front Glass with OCA.

A good front glass with OCA has those basic characteristics:

1.Colorless and transparent;

2. Curing and small shrinkage;

3. The light transmittance is above 90%;

4. The glue and front cover have a good fit;

5. Can be used normally under the condition of 30-40 degrees.

S10+ Details

Take a look at our front cover materials: the original process 1:1 front glass, the hole position is precise, and the assembly is seamless.

And OCA adopts a new generation of 125UM dry glue, it has smooth tearing film, standard size, super toughness, no bubbles, easy defoaming, no yellowing and wrinkle resistance.

Some parameters you need to know:

1. Laminate front glass and OCA  2-1. Defoaming then UV 2-2. UV then Defoaming
Temperature: 50/60 degrees Temperature: 50/60 degrees Temperature: 70/80 degrees
Pressure: 5/6 pressure Pressure: 6/7 pressure Pressure: 6/7 pressure
Vacuum time: 36 seconds Defoaming time: 30 minutes Defoaming time: 30 minutes
Compress time: 32 seconds UV time: 20/35 minutes UV time: 20/35 minutes
3. Laminate LCD Screen 4. LCD Defoaming 5. UV curing using LEDs
Temperature: 50/60 degrees Temperature: 70/80 degrees Power: 2500-3500mJ/c㎡
Pressure: 3/4 pressure Pressure: 6/7 pressure Wavelength: 365nm
Vacuum time: 36 seconds Defoaming time: 30/60 minutes
Compress time: 22 seconds LCD UV: 10/20 minutes


For the repair shop, only need equipped with a laminating machine,you can complete this operation, but for refurbishment factory, larger specialized equipment is required. If you are interested, please leave your message, we are very happy to discuss together.

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