JP2011048381A - Method of manufacturing rolled web, and method of manufacturing optical display device - Google Patents

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JP2011048381A
JP2011048381A JP2010221948A JP2010221948A JP2011048381A JP 2011048381 A JP2011048381 A JP 2011048381A JP 2010221948 A JP2010221948 A JP 2010221948A JP 2010221948 A JP2010221948 A JP 2010221948A JP 2011048381 A JP2011048381 A JP 2011048381A
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Kazuo Kitada
Satoshi Koshio
Takuya Nakazono
Tomokazu Yura
拓矢 中園
和生 北田
智 小塩
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The present invention provides a method for manufacturing a roll material and a method for manufacturing an optical display device in which the axial accuracy by the bonding is improved and the optical characteristics of the optical display device after the bonding are improved.
An optical film including a polarizing plate having a longitudinal direction parallel to an absorption axis, an adhesive layer, and a strip-shaped sheet product F1 in which a release film is laminated in this order. A slit front material provided in advance with a cut line for dividing the optical film into a length corresponding to a side or a short side is parallel to the longitudinal direction of the polarizing plate and the short side or the length of the optical display unit. A strip-shaped sheet product obtained by slitting with a width corresponding to the side is taken up to obtain a roll.
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  The present invention relates to a method for manufacturing a roll material having an optical film to be bonded to the surface of a rectangular optical display unit, and a method for manufacturing an optical display device.

  FIG. 8 conceptually shows a method for manufacturing an optical display unit mounted on a conventional liquid crystal display device. First, an optical film manufacturer manufactures a strip-shaped sheet product having an optical film as a roll stock (# 1). This specific manufacturing process is a known manufacturing process and will not be described. Examples of the roll stock of the strip-shaped sheet product include a polarizing plate original used for a liquid crystal display device, a retardation plate original, a laminated film original of a polarizing plate and a retardation plate, and the like. Next, a sheet product having a shape matching the size of the optical display unit to be bonded is punched out of the long original fabric (# 2). Next, the appearance of the punched sheet product (optical film) is inspected (# 3). Examples of the inspection method include visual defect inspection and inspection using a known defect inspection apparatus. The defect means, for example, a surface or internal stain, scratch, a special defect such as a dent in which a foreign object is bitten (sometimes referred to as a knick), a bubble, a foreign object, or the like. Next, the finished product is inspected (# 4). The finished product inspection is an inspection that complies with quality standards that are more stringent than the appearance inspection. Next, end faces of the four end faces of the sheet product are processed (# 5). This is performed to prevent the adhesive or the like from protruding from the end face during transportation. Next, in a clean room environment, the single-sheet product is clean-wrapped (# 6). Next, it is packed for transportation (transport packaging) (# 7). As described above, a sheet product is manufactured and transported to a panel processing manufacturer.

  The panel processing manufacturer packs and disassembles the sheet product that has been transported (# 11). Next, an appearance inspection is performed in order to inspect for scratches, dirt, etc. that occur during transportation or at the time of unpacking (# 12). The single-sheet product that has been determined to be non-defective in the inspection is conveyed to the next process. Note that this appearance inspection may be omitted. An optical display unit (for example, a glass substrate unit in which a liquid crystal cell is sealed) on which a sheet product is bonded is manufactured in advance, and the optical display unit is cleaned before the bonding process (# 13).

  The sheet product and the optical display unit are bonded together (# 14). The release film is peeled off from the sheet product leaving the pressure-sensitive adhesive layer, and the pressure-sensitive adhesive layer is bonded to one surface of the optical display unit as a bonding surface. Further, it can be similarly bonded to the other surface of the optical display unit. When bonding to both surfaces, the optical film of the same structure may be bonded to each surface of the optical display unit, or an optical film of a different structure may be bonded. Next, inspection and defect inspection of the optical display device with the optical film bonded are performed (# 15). The optical display device determined to be non-defective in this inspection is transported to the mounting process (# 16). On the other hand, the optical display device determined to be defective is subjected to a rework process (# 17). In the rework process, the optical film is peeled from the optical display unit. An optical film is newly bonded to the reworked optical display unit (# 14).

  In the above manufacturing process, end face processing, sheet-sheet product packaging, packaging disassembly, etc. are necessary steps because the optical film manufacturer and the panel processing manufacturer exist in different places. . However, there are problems in increasing manufacturing costs due to multiple processes, problems such as scratches, dust, and dirt caused by multiple processes and transportation, the necessity of inspection processes associated therewith, and storage of other types of single-sheet products as stock.・ There is a problem that it must be managed.

  As a method for solving this, Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2007-140046 (Patent Document 1) has been proposed. According to this method, the supply means for pulling out and supplying the belt-like sheet product from the roll roll on which the belt-like sheet product having the optical film as a member of the optical display device is wound, and the belt-like sheet product drawn by the supply means The detecting means for detecting defects, the cutting means for cutting the strip-like sheet product based on the detection result of the detecting means, and processing into individual sheet products, and the sheet product cut by the cutting means are bonded together And a transfer means for transferring the sheet product, and a bonding processing means for bonding the sheet product transferred by the transfer means to the optical display unit which is a member of the optical display device. It is arranged above. In said structure, it cuts directly into a desired size from the strip | belt-shaped sheet product which has an optical film, and this cut | disconnected sheet product can be bonded together to an optical display unit. Therefore, in the past, the belt-shaped sheet product was punched out, the sheet product after punching was strictly packed, and the product was delivered to the panel processing manufacturer. Is possible.

Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2007-140046

  The objective of this invention is providing the manufacturing method of the roll original fabric, and the manufacturing method of an optical display apparatus from which the axial accuracy by bonding improves and the optical characteristic of the optical display apparatus after bonding becomes favorable.

  The method for producing a roll material according to the present invention is a method for producing a roll material having an optical film to be bonded to the surface of a rectangular optical display unit, and a polarizing plate having a longitudinal direction parallel to the absorption axis. In order to divide the optical film into a length corresponding to the long side or the short side of the optical display unit, including a belt-shaped sheet product in which an optical film, an adhesive layer, and a release film are laminated in this order Slitting the raw material before the slit in which the score line is previously provided in parallel with the longitudinal direction of the polarizing plate and with a width corresponding to the short side or the long side of the optical display unit, and the slit step It has the process which winds up the obtained strip | belt-shaped sheet product, and uses it as a roll original fabric.

  According to the method for manufacturing a roll raw material of the present invention, since the slit processing is performed to the width corresponding to the short side or the long side of the optical display unit, the short side and the long side of the optical display unit are simply divided into the cut lines. An optical film having a size corresponding to the side can be obtained. In addition, since the raw material before slit having a longitudinal direction parallel to the absorption axis of the polarizing plate is used, the axial accuracy by the bonding is improved during the production, and the optical characteristics of the optical display device after the bonding are improved. .

  The method for producing an optical display device of the present invention is a method for producing an optical display device having an optical film including a polarizing plate and a rectangular optical display unit having the optical film bonded to the surface thereof, the absorption axis being An optical film including a polarizing plate having parallel longitudinal directions, an adhesive layer, and a release film are laminated in this order, and the optical film is divided into lengths corresponding to the long side or the short side of the optical display unit. A strip-shaped sheet product obtained by slitting a raw material before slit, in which a score line is provided in advance, in parallel with its longitudinal direction and with a width corresponding to the short side or the long side of the optical display unit is a roll A step of preparing a roll raw material wound in the shape of a sheet, and the strip-shaped sheet product is drawn out from the roll raw material, and the divided pieces of the optical film are arranged on a surface of a rectangular optical display unit. Characterized in that it comprises a be bonded process.

  According to the manufacturing method of the optical display device of the present invention, since the roll raw material slit to the width corresponding to the short side or the long side of the optical display unit is used, the optical display can be performed only by dividing this into each cut line. An optical film having a size corresponding to the short side and the long side of the unit can be obtained. In addition, since the raw material before slit having a longitudinal direction parallel to the absorption axis of the polarizing plate is used, the axial accuracy by the bonding is improved during the production, and the optical characteristics of the optical display device after the bonding are improved. .

  An optical display device manufacturing system according to the present invention is an optical display device manufacturing system having an optical film including a polarizing plate and a rectangular optical display unit having the optical film bonded to the surface thereof. An optical film including a polarizing plate having parallel longitudinal directions, an adhesive layer, and a release film are laminated in this order, and the optical film is divided into lengths corresponding to the long side or the short side of the optical display unit. A strip-shaped sheet product obtained by slitting a raw material before slit, in which a score line is provided in advance, in parallel with its longitudinal direction and with a width corresponding to the short side or the long side of the optical display unit is a roll Bonding apparatus for pulling out the strip-shaped sheet product from a roll roll wound in a shape and bonding the divided pieces of the optical film to the surface of a rectangular optical display unit Characterized by comprising.

  According to the manufacturing system of the optical display device of the present invention, since the roll raw material slit to the width corresponding to the short side or the long side of the optical display unit is used, the optical display can be performed only by dividing this into each cut line. An optical film having a size corresponding to the short side and the long side of the unit can be obtained. In addition, since the raw material before slit having a longitudinal direction parallel to the absorption axis of the polarizing plate is used, the axial accuracy by the bonding is improved during the production, and the optical characteristics of the optical display device after the bonding are improved. .

The flowchart which shows the process by the manufacturing system of this invention The figure for demonstrating an example of the manufacturing system of this invention The figure for demonstrating an example of the manufacturing system of this invention The figure for demonstrating an example of the laminated structure of a 1st, 2nd optical film The perspective view of the 1st roll original fabric which shows an example of the cut line formed in the 1st sheet product The perspective view of the 1st roll original fabric which shows other examples of the score line formed in the 1st sheet product Schematic diagram showing a specific example of a method of turning the optical display unit so as to be turned upside down and rotated by 90 ° A flowchart of a conventional method for manufacturing an optical display device

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in the order of raw materials used in a manufacturing system of an optical display device, a flow of manufacturing steps, and configurations of respective parts of the manufacturing system. FIG. 1 shows an example of a flowchart of a method for manufacturing an optical display device. FIG. 2 shows a configuration diagram of an example of an optical display device manufacturing system. FIG. 3 shows a plan layout view of an example of a manufacturing system for an optical display device.

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The optical display unit used in the present invention refers to a group of parts for displaying characters and images. The optical display unit is, for example, a liquid crystal cell or an organic electroluminescence panel. The present invention is effective for an optical display unit having a rectangular outer shape, and for example, one having a long side / short side of 16/9 or 4/3 is used. In addition, as an optical display unit, members, such as an optical film, may be previously laminated and integrated.

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The optical film attached to the optical display unit may be a single layer or multiple layers. The optical film has optical anisotropy in at least one layer thereof. The optical anisotropy means that optical properties are different in a plane, and specifically, an absorption anisotropy, a refractive index anisotropy, a reflection anisotropy, and the like. The optical film is, for example, a polarizing plate having an absorption axis, a retardation film having a slow axis, a brightness enhancement film having a transmission axis, or a laminate thereof.

  Examples of the optical film including the polarizing plate include a polarizing plate, an optical film obtained by laminating a retardation film, a brightness enhancement film, and a combination of two or more of these films on the polarizing plate.

  The strip-shaped sheet product used in the present invention refers to a sheet processed in a width corresponding to the short side or the long side of the optical display unit and having a sufficiently longer longitudinal direction than the width direction. The length of the strip-shaped sheet product is, for example, 10 times or more the width. If the said strip | belt-shaped sheet product contains the said optical film, there will be no restriction | limiting in particular. The strip-shaped sheet product preferably has an optical film including a polarizing plate, an adhesive layer, and a release film in this order.

  The roll stock used in the present invention is a roll of the above-described strip-shaped sheet product. The roll material is usually obtained by winding the belt-like sheet product from one end thereof onto a roll core.

  A protective transparent film may be laminated on the surface of these optical films. Moreover, it is preferable that an adhesive layer is formed on one surface of the optical film so as to be attached to, for example, an optical display unit, and a release film for protecting the adhesive layer is provided. Moreover, a surface protective film is provided on the other surface of the optical film, for example, via an adhesive layer.

  The present invention is effective when two rolls having the same optical anisotropy are used, and in particular, two rolls having the same absorption direction of the polarizing plate constituting the optical film are used. It is effective when The direction of the absorption axis of the polarizing plate is usually the long direction of the roll. Further, in the case of a retardation film, there are those in which the slow axis coincides with the long direction of the roll original fabric, those in which the slow axis is vertical, and those in which the slow axis is in an oblique direction with a constant angle.

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The method for producing an optical display device of the present invention is a method for producing an optical display device in which an optical film having optical anisotropy is bonded to an optical display unit. Preferably, an optical film including a polarizing plate is used as the optical display unit. It is a manufacturing method of the bonded optical display device.

  The manufacturing method of the present invention includes a first bonding step and a second bonding step. The manufacturing method preferably further includes a conveyance supply step between the first bonding step and the second bonding step. In the first bonding step and the second bonding step, either step may be performed first, or both steps may be performed simultaneously.

  The 1st bonding process has the 1st optical film of the width corresponding to the short side of the optical display unit, and cuts for dividing the 1st optical film into the length corresponding to the long side of the optical display unit Using a roll raw material on which a strip-shaped sheet product in which lines are provided in advance is wound, a segment of the first optical film having a length corresponding to the long side of the optical display unit is formed on one surface of the optical display unit. It is to be pasted together.

  The 2nd bonding process has the 2nd optical film of the width corresponding to the long side of the optical display unit, and cuts for dividing the 2nd optical film into the length corresponding to the short side of the optical display unit Using a roll raw material on which a strip-shaped sheet product in which lines are provided in advance is wound, a split piece of the second optical film having a length corresponding to the short side of the optical display unit is formed on the other surface of the optical display unit. It is to be pasted together.

  More specifically, the method for manufacturing an optical display device according to the present invention includes, for example, the optical display unit while pulling out and supplying a belt-shaped sheet product from a roll roll on which the belt-shaped sheet product having the first optical film is wound. A first laminating step of laminating a divided piece of the first optical film on one surface of the sheet, and while pulling out and supplying the strip-shaped sheet product from the roll raw material wound with the strip-shaped sheet product having the second optical film, And a second laminating step of laminating the divided pieces of the second optical film on the other surface of the optical display unit.

  A 1st bonding process is implemented by (2) conveyance process- (3) 1st optical film bonding process described below, for example, and the 2nd bonding process is described below, for example (6) conveyance process- (7) Implemented by the second optical film bonding step.

  (1) 1st roll original fabric preparation process (FIG. 1, S1). A 1st strip | belt-shaped sheet product is prepared as a 1st roll original fabric. The width | variety of a 1st roll original fabric is dependent on the bonding size of an optical display unit. Specifically, the width of the first roll original fabric is determined corresponding to one of the long side or the short side of the optical display unit, and the width of the second roll original fabric is determined corresponding to the other side. For this reason, the 1st roll original fabric and the 2nd roll original fabric have different widths, and those previously slit into a predetermined width by slit processing from the roll original fabric before slit are used.

  The slit processing is performed while rewinding the roll material before slit, and examples of the method include a method using a cutting tool such as a laser cutting device or a rotating round blade. When manufacturing a roll original, it is preferable to wind the obtained strip-shaped sheet product in a roll shape after slitting the roll original roll before slitting in the longitudinal direction. A method of manufacturing a roll material having a width corresponding to the long side or the short side of the optical display unit by cutting one end or both ends of the roll material before slit in a roll state is also conceivable. In the method, the roll original roll before slit is cut in a state in which winding deviation has occurred (the roll end surface is not flat), and the axial direction of the optical film in the produced roll roll is nonuniform. On the other hand, by performing the winding process after the slit process as described above, the axial direction of the optical film in the manufactured roll original is uniform, so the axial accuracy in bonding the optical film to the optical display unit Can be improved. The object of the slit is not limited to a roll-like material such as a roll raw material before slit, but may be a long raw material that is not in a roll shape (for example, a long raw material before winding after production). When the optical film includes a polarizing plate, the absorption axis preferably extends parallel to the longitudinal direction of the long original fabric. In that case, the optical film is obtained after slitting the long original fabric parallel to the absorption axis. It is preferable to roll the strip-shaped sheet product into a roll.

  In the present invention, “corresponding to the long side or short side of the optical display unit” means the length of the optical film bonded to the long side or short side of the optical display unit (excluding the exposed portion). The length of the long side or the short side of the optical display unit and the width of the optical film do not have to be the same.

  In the present embodiment, both the first roll original and the second roll original are strip-shaped sheet products obtained by slitting a long original parallel to the absorption axis of the polarizing plate constituting the first roll original. Each having an absorption axis in the longitudinal direction of the strip-shaped sheet product. For this reason, the axial accuracy by bonding is improved, and the optical characteristics of the optical display device after bonding are improved. In particular, when an optical display unit is formed with a VA mode or IPS mode liquid crystal panel used in recent years for large TVs, the absorption axes of the polarizing plates of the first optical film and the second optical film may be orthogonal to each other. Therefore, the strip-shaped sheet product obtained by slitting the long original fabric in parallel with the absorption axis is fed out from the first roll original fabric and the second roll original fabric, respectively, and the first optical film and the second optical film It is only necessary to attach the divided pieces to the surface of the optical display unit, and the production speed can be increased.

  Specifically, the influence of the axial accuracy at the time of bonding on the optical characteristics can be evaluated by the following transmitted light intensity and contrast ratio (CR). That is, a strip-shaped sheet product obtained by slitting a long original fabric parallel to the absorption axis of a polarizing plate (CAT1463DU manufactured by Nitto Denko Corporation), and a long original by varying the angle with respect to the absorption axis of the polarizing plate. A square (50 mm × 50 mm) sample is taken out from each of the strip-shaped sheet products obtained by slitting the opposite side so as to have one side parallel to the slit direction, and a spectrophotometer U-4100 manufactured by Hitachi High-Tech is used. The transmittance was measured when two samples were stacked. The results are shown in Table 1.

  As shown in the results of Table 1, in the comparative example in which the angle between the absorption axes is shifted from 90 ° as compared with Example 1 in which the angle between the absorption axes is 90 °, the light is only shifted slightly from 90 °. It can be seen that the leakage (transmitted light intensity) becomes significant and the contrast ratio (CR) is greatly reduced.

  As shown in FIG. 4, for example, the laminated structure of the first sheet product F1 includes a first optical film F11, a first release film F12, and a surface protective film F13. The first optical film F11 includes a first polarizer F11a, a first film F11b having an adhesive layer (not shown) on one side thereof, and a second film having an adhesive layer (not shown) on the other side. F11c.

  The first and second films F11b and F11c are, for example, polarizer protective films (for example, triacetyl cellulose film, PET film, etc.). The second film F11c is bonded to the optical display unit surface side via the first pressure-sensitive adhesive layer F14. A surface treatment can be applied to the first film F11b. Examples of the surface treatment include a hard coat treatment, an antireflection treatment, a treatment for the purpose of prevention of sticking, diffusion or antiglare, and the like. The first release film F12 is provided via the second film F11c and the first pressure-sensitive adhesive layer F14. Moreover, the surface protection film F13 is provided through the 1st film F11b and the adhesive layer F15. Specific configurations of the first and second films F11b and F11c will be described later. Below, the laminated structure of a polarizer and a polarizer protective film may be called a polarizing plate.

  Each of the following steps is preferably performed in an isolated structure isolated in a factory, and the cleanliness is preferably maintained. In particular, it is preferable that the cleanliness is maintained in the bonding step of bonding the optical film to the optical display unit.

  In the present embodiment, the first sheet product F1 is previously provided with a score line for dividing the first optical film F11 into a length corresponding to the long side of the optical display unit. This score line extends in the width direction of the first sheet product F1, and is formed, for example, by cutting a layer other than the first release film F12 in the first sheet product F1. However, not only the configuration in which the layers other than the first release film F12 in the first sheet product F1 are completely cut, but if the first optical film F11 can be divided for each cut line, For example, it may be configured such that at least one layer such as the first pressure-sensitive adhesive layer F14 is not completely cut, or has a configuration in which a cut line is formed by other forms such as perforations. Also good.

  FIG. 5 is a perspective view of the first roll material showing an example of the cut line formed in the first sheet product F1. In this example, cut lines are formed in the first sheet product F1 at regular intervals corresponding to the long sides of the optical display unit. Therefore, by dividing the first optical film F11 for each cut line, a divided piece of the first optical film F11 having a size corresponding to the optical display unit can be obtained and bonded to the optical display unit.

  FIG. 6 is a perspective view of the first roll original fabric showing another example of the score line formed in the first sheet product F1. In this example, the first sheet product F1 has cut lines formed at intervals different from the portions corresponding to the long sides of the optical display unit and portions where cut lines are formed at intervals corresponding to the long sides of the optical display unit. There is a formed part. About the part in which the cut line was formed in the space | interval corresponding to the long side of an optical display unit, the 1st optical film F11 of the size corresponding to an optical display unit is divided | segmented by the cut line. Divided pieces can be obtained and bonded to the optical display unit.

  On the other hand, portions where cut lines are formed at intervals different from the intervals corresponding to the long sides of the optical display unit can be eliminated without being attached to the optical display unit. For example, a method of detecting a defect by inspecting the first sheet product F1 in advance and forming a cut line by avoiding the defect so as not to include the defect in an area bonded to the optical display unit (“skip cut”). In the case of adopting the first excluding device described later, a split piece including a defect (a portion where cut lines are formed at intervals different from the interval corresponding to the long side of the optical display unit) is used. By eliminating without attaching to the optical display unit by 19, the yield of the optical film can be improved. That is, in this invention, when supplying an optical film, it is preferable to include the fault part elimination process of eliminating the division piece which has the fault of an optical film.

  As the defect inspection method, both sides of the first sheet product F1 are imaged and processed by transmitted light and reflected light, and the inspection polarizing film is placed between the CCD camera and the inspection object. A method of taking an image and processing an image by arranging it so as to be in crossed Nicols with the polarization axis of the polarizing plate (sometimes referred to as 0 degree cross), and a polarizing film for inspection between the CCD camera and the inspection object A method of taking an image and processing an image by disposing it so as to be at a predetermined angle (for example, a range of greater than 0 degree and within 10 degrees) with the polarization axis of the polarizing plate to be inspected Is mentioned. Note that a known method can be applied to the image processing algorithm, and for example, a defect can be detected by density determination by binarization processing.

  In the image capturing / image processing method using transmitted light, foreign matter inside the first sheet product F1 can be detected. In the image photographing / image processing method using the reflected light, the adhered foreign matter on the surface of the first sheet product F1 can be detected. In the image photographing / image processing method using the 0-degree cross, mainly surface foreign matter, dirt, internal foreign matter, etc. can be detected as bright spots. In the image photographing / image processing method using the x-degree cross, a nick can be mainly detected.

  For the first sheet product F1, the surface protective film F13, the pressure-sensitive adhesive layer F15, the first optical film F11, and the first pressure-sensitive adhesive layer F14 are cut using the cutting means without cutting the first release film F12. By doing so, a score line is formed. As a result, the first release film F12 can be used as a transport medium for the first optical film F11. In other words, in the present invention, the first optical film F11 is provided with the first release film F12 formed through the first pressure-sensitive adhesive layer F14 as a transport medium, and the first optical process is performed in the first and second bonding processes. It is preferable to transport and supply the film F11 and the second optical film F21, respectively. The first sheet product F1 excluding the first release film F12 can be cut by any cutting means. Preferably, the cutting means is horizontally moved in the width direction of the first sheet product F1 to cut the first sheet product F1 excluding the first release film F12. The cutting means is not particularly limited, but is preferably a laser or a blade (for example, a round blade). According to such a method, the first sheet product F1 excluding the cut first release film F12 is cut as compared with the conventional method of cutting by pressing the blade (moving the cutting means up and down). Since the end face is smooth, end face processing is not required.

  (2) Transport process (FIG. 1, S2). The first sheet material F1 is fed out from the first roll stock prepared and installed, and is conveyed downstream. The first conveying device 12 that conveys the first sheet product F1 includes, for example, a nip roller pair, a tension roller, a rotation driving device, an accumulation device, a sensor device, a control device, and the like.

  (3) 1st optical film bonding process (FIG. 1, S3). While removing the 1st mold release film F12 using the 1st peeling apparatus 17, the 1st adhesive film is used as the 1st optical film F11 by which the said 1st mold release film F12 was removed using the 1st bonding apparatus 18. Affixed to the optical display unit W via F14. At this time, by dividing the first optical film F11 for each cut line, a divided piece of the first optical film F11 having a size corresponding to the optical display unit W is obtained and bonded to the optical display unit W. At the time of bonding, as will be described later, the first optical film F11 and the optical display unit W are sandwiched between a pair of rolls and are bonded.

  (4-1) Cleaning step (FIG. 1, S4-1). The surface of the optical display unit W is cleaned by polishing cleaning, water cleaning, or the like. The cleaned optical display unit W is transported to the inspection apparatus.

  (4-2) Inspection process (FIG. 1, S4-2). The surface of the cleaned optical display unit W is inspected by an inspection device. The optical display unit W after the inspection is conveyed to the first bonding device 18.

  It is preferable that each process of these 1st roll original fabric preparation processes, a conveyance process, a 1st optical film bonding process, a washing | cleaning process, and an inspection process is performed with the continuous production line. In the above series of manufacturing steps, the first optical film F11 is bonded to one surface of the optical display unit W. Below, the manufacturing process which bonds the 2nd optical film F21 on another surface is demonstrated.

  (5) 2nd roll original fabric preparation process (FIG. 1, S11). A second strip sheet product F2 is prepared as a second roll. As shown in FIG. 4, the laminated structure of the second sheet product F2 has the same configuration as that of the first sheet product, but is not limited thereto. The second sheet product F2 includes a second optical film F21, a second release film F22, and a surface protection film F23. The second optical film F21 includes a second polarizer 21a, a third film F21b having an adhesive layer (not shown) on one side thereof, and a fourth film having an adhesive layer (not shown) on the other side. F21c.

  The third and fourth films F21b and F21c are, for example, polarizer protective films (for example, triacetylcellulose film, PET film, etc.). The fourth film F21c is bonded to the optical display unit W surface side via the second pressure-sensitive adhesive layer F24. The third film F21b can be subjected to a surface treatment. Examples of the surface treatment include a hard coat treatment, an antireflection treatment, a treatment for the purpose of prevention of sticking, diffusion or antiglare, and the like. The second release film F22 is provided via the fourth film F21c and the second pressure-sensitive adhesive layer F24. Moreover, the surface protection film F23 is provided through the 3rd film F21b and the adhesive layer F25.

  In the present embodiment, the second sheet product F2 is previously provided with a score line for dividing the second optical film F21 into a length corresponding to the short side of the optical display unit. This score line extends in the width direction of the second sheet product F2, and is formed, for example, by cutting a layer other than the second release film F22 in the second sheet product F2. However, not only the configuration in which the layers other than the second release film F22 in the second sheet product F2 are completely cut, but if the configuration can divide the second optical film F21 for each cut line, For example, a configuration in which at least one layer such as the second pressure-sensitive adhesive layer F24 is not completely cut may be used, or a cut line may be formed by another aspect such as a perforation. May be.

  A cut line can be formed in the second sheet product F2 in the same manner as the first sheet product F1 as described with reference to FIGS. Further, as the cutting means for forming the score line in the second sheet product F2, the same configuration as the cutting means for forming the score line in the first sheet product F1 as described above can be used.

  (6) Transfer process (FIG. 1, S12). The second sheet material F2 is fed out from the prepared and installed second roll, and is conveyed downstream. The second conveying device 22 that conveys the second sheet product includes, for example, a nip roller pair, a tension roller, a rotation driving device, an accumulation device, a sensor device, a control device, and the like.

  (7) 2nd optical film bonding process (FIG. 1, S13). Next, while removing the second release film F22 using the second peeling device 27, the second optical film F21 from which the second release film F22 has been removed using the second laminating device 28 is used as the second. The adhesive layer F24 is bonded to a surface different from the surface to which the first optical film F11 of the optical display unit W is bonded. At this time, by dividing the second optical film F21 for each cut line, a divided piece of the second optical film F21 having a size corresponding to the optical display unit W is obtained and bonded to the optical display unit W. Before the second optical film F21 is bonded to the optical display unit W, the optical display unit W is rotated 90 degrees by the transport direction switching mechanism of the transport mechanism, and the first optical film F11 and the second optical film F21 are crossed Nicols. There is a case of the relationship.

  (8) Transport supply process (FIG. 1, S5). Preferably, the manufacturing method of the present invention further includes a conveyance supply step between the first optical film bonding step and the second optical film bonding step, and the conveyance supply step is the first bonding apparatus. And a turning step of turning the optical display unit from the bonding direction of one of the second bonding apparatuses to the bonding direction of the other bonding apparatus. The transport and supply step may further include a front and back reversing step for reversing the front and back of the optical display unit in addition to the turning step. In this invention, it is preferable to include the turning process which turns the optical display unit W after bonding in a 1st bonding process to the bonding direction in a 2nd bonding process. In the present invention, the direction of the long side of the first optical film F11 bonded to the optical display unit W after turning and the direction of the long side of the second optical film F21 to be bonded are 0 ± 5 °, preferably It is preferable to perform the turning process at an angle of 0 ± 1 °. For example, when the line direction of the supplied first optical film F11 and the line direction of the supplied second optical film F21 are parallel (including a straight line), the turning angle in the turning step is 85 to 95 °. Is preferred. At the time of bonding, as will be described later, the second optical film F21 and the optical display unit W are sandwiched between rolls and are bonded.

  (9) Optical display device inspection step (FIG. 1, S14). The inspection device inspects the optical display device in which the optical film is attached to both surfaces of the optical display unit W. Examples of the inspection method include a method of taking an image and processing an image using reflected light on both sides of the optical display device. As another method, a method of installing a polarizing film for inspection between the CCD camera and the inspection object is also exemplified. Note that a known method can be applied to the image processing algorithm, and for example, a defect can be detected by density determination by binarization processing.

  (10) Based on the defect information obtained by the inspection device, the non-defective product of the optical display device is determined. The optical display device determined to be non-defective is conveyed to the next mounting process. If a defective product is determined, a rework process is performed, a new optical film is applied, and then inspected.If a good product is determined, the process proceeds to a mounting process. Discarded.

  In the above series of manufacturing steps, the optical display device can be preferably manufactured by executing the bonding step of the first optical film F11 and the second optical film F21 bonding step in a continuous production line.

(Overall configuration of manufacturing system)
Next, the overall configuration of the manufacturing system of the present invention will be described. The production system of the present invention is a production system of an optical display device in which an optical film having optical anisotropy is bonded to an optical display unit, preferably an optical film in which an optical film including a polarizing plate is bonded to an optical display unit. This is a display device manufacturing system. The manufacturing system of this invention is equipped with the 1st bonding apparatus which performs a 1st bonding process, and the 2nd bonding apparatus which performs a 2nd bonding process.

  In this embodiment, as shown in FIG. 3, the supply apparatus M1 of the optical display unit W, the supply apparatus M2 of the first optical film F11, the first bonding apparatus M3 for bonding the first optical film F11, and the bonding The example provided with the conveyance supply apparatus M4 which conveys and supplies the optical display unit W after matching, the supply apparatus M5 of the 2nd optical film F21, and the 2nd bonding apparatus M6 which bonds the 2nd optical film F21. Indicates.

  In this embodiment, as shown in FIG. 3, the supply device M2 of the first optical film F11, the first bonding device M3, the transport supply device M4, the supply device M5 of the second optical film F21, and the second Supply apparatus so that the bonding apparatus M6 is linearly arranged and the optical display unit W is supplied from a direction perpendicular to the flow direction of the optical display unit W of the first bonding apparatus M3. An example in which M1 is arranged is shown.

(Configuration of each part of the manufacturing system)
Below, an example of a structure of each part of the manufacturing system of this invention is demonstrated.

  The manufacturing system of the present invention includes an optical display unit W supply device M1 for supplying the optical display unit W.

  The production system of the present invention includes a first optical film supply device M2 that draws out and supplies the first sheet product F1 from the raw roll on which the first sheet product F1 having the first optical film F11 is wound. . In the present embodiment, an example in which the first optical film supply device M <b> 2 includes the first transport device 12 is shown.

  The first roll of the first sheet product F1 is installed on a roller gantry device that is linked to a motor or the like so as to rotate freely or at a constant rotational speed. The rotation speed is set by the control device 1 and the drive is controlled.

  The first conveying device 12 is a conveying mechanism that conveys the first sheet product F1 to the downstream side. The first transport device 12 is controlled by the control device 1.

  In the manufacturing system of the present invention, the first optical film F11 supplied from the first optical film supply device M2 is bonded to one surface of the optical display unit W supplied from the supply device M1 of the optical display unit W. A bonding device 18 (M3) is provided. In the present embodiment, an example in which the first bonding device 18 (M3) includes a pressing roller and a guide roller, and further includes a first peeling device 17 and a first excluding device 19 is shown. Although this 1st exclusion apparatus 19 comprises the fault part elimination mechanism which excludes the division | segmentation piece which has the fault of an optical film, such an exclusion mechanism can also be abbreviate | omitted.

  The 1st bonding apparatus 18 is optical display unit through the 1st adhesive layer F14 for the 1st sheet product F1 (1st optical film F11) from which the 1st release film F12 was peeled by the 1st peeling apparatus 17. FIG. Affix to W. The conveyance path of the first sheet product F1 is above the conveyance path of the optical display unit W.

  In the case of bonding, the first optical film F11 is bonded to the surface of the optical display unit W while being pressed by a pressing roller and a guide roller. The control device 1 controls the pressing pressure and driving operation of the pressing roller and the guide roller.

  As a peeling mechanism of the first peeling device 17, the first sheet product after peeling the first release film F12 and peeling the first release film F12 by reversing and transferring the first release film F12. It is configured to send F1 (first optical film F11) to the optical display unit W surface. The peeled release film F12 is wound up on a roll. The roll winding control is controlled by the control device 1.

  That is, the first optical film supply device M2 in the present invention uses the first release film F12 formed on the first optical film F11 via the first pressure-sensitive adhesive layer F14 as a transport medium, and the first laminating device M3. A transport mechanism for supplying the first optical film F11.

  As a bonding mechanism, it is comprised from the pressing roller provided in the bonding position, and the guide roller arrange | positioned facing it. The guide roller is composed of a rubber roller that is rotationally driven by a motor, and is arranged to be movable up and down. In addition, a pressing roller made of a metal roller that is rotationally driven by a motor is disposed directly above it. When the optical display unit W is fed to the bonding position, the pressing roller is raised to a position higher than the upper surface so as to open a gap between the rollers. Note that the guide roller and the pressing roller may both be rubber rollers or metal rollers. As described above, the optical display unit W is cleaned by various cleaning devices and transported by the transport mechanism. The conveyance control of the conveyance mechanism is also controlled by the control device 1.

  The first rejection apparatus 19 that excludes the first sheet product F1 including the defect will be described. When the first sheet product F1 including the defect is conveyed to the bonding position, the guide roller moves vertically downward. Next, the roller around which the removal film is stretched moves to a fixed position of the guide roller. The first sheet product F1 including the defect is adhered to the removal film by moving the pressing roller vertically downward to press the first sheet product F1 including the defect against the removal film. Wind F1 on a roller. The removal film can stick the first sheet product F1 including the defects by using the adhesive force of the first adhesive layer F14 of the first sheet product F1, but an adhesive tape is used as the removal film. It is also possible to do.

  The optical display unit W on which the first optical film F11 is bonded as described above is conveyed downstream, and the second optical film F21 (second sheet product F2) is bonded. In the following, the description of the same device configuration will be briefly described.

  The production system of the present invention preferably further includes a conveyance supply device M4 between the first bonding device and the second bonding device. The said conveyance supply apparatus M4 is an apparatus which conveys and supplies the said optical display unit from the any one bonding apparatus of a said 1st bonding apparatus and a said 2nd bonding apparatus to the other bonding apparatus. The transport display device is preferably the optical display unit from the bonding direction of one of the first bonding device and the second bonding device to the bonding direction of the other bonding device. A turning mechanism 20 for turning the. The transport and supply device may further include a front / back reversing mechanism that reverses the front and back of the optical display unit in addition to the turning mechanism 20.

  For example, when the second optical film F21 is bonded to the first optical film F11 in a 90 ° relationship (crossed Nicols relationship), the optical display unit W is moved to 90 ° by the transport direction switching mechanism (the turning mechanism 20) of the transport mechanism. After rotating, the second optical film F21 is bonded. In the bonding method of the second sheet product F2 described below, each step is processed with the second sheet product F2 inverted (with the second release film F22 on the upper surface), The optical film F21 is configured to be bonded from the lower side of the optical display unit W.

  The production system of the present invention includes a second optical film supply device M5 that draws out and supplies the second sheet product F2 from the raw roll on which the second sheet product F2 having the second optical film F21 is wound. . In the present embodiment, an example in which the second optical film supply device M5 includes the second transport device 22 is shown.

  The second roll of the second sheet product F2 is installed on a roller mount device that is linked to a motor or the like so as to rotate freely or at a constant rotational speed. The rotation speed is set by the control device 1 and the drive is controlled.

  The second conveying device 22 is a conveying mechanism that conveys the second sheet product F2 to the downstream side. The second transport device 22 is controlled by the control device 1.

  The production system of the present invention is a second laminating device 28 for laminating the second optical film F21 supplied from the second optical film supply device M5 to the other surface of the optical display unit W supplied from the conveyance supply device M4. (M6). In this embodiment, the 2nd bonding apparatus 28 (M6) is comprised with a pressing roller and a guide roller, and the example further provided with the 2nd peeling apparatus 27 and the 2nd exclusion apparatus 29 is shown. The second rejection device 29 constitutes a defect elimination mechanism that eliminates the divided pieces having the defects of the optical film. However, such an exclusion mechanism can be omitted.

  The 2nd bonding apparatus 28 is optical display unit through the 2nd adhesive layer F24 for the 2nd sheet product F2 (2nd optical film F21) from which the 2nd release film F22 was peeled by the 2nd peeling apparatus 27. Affix to W. In the case of bonding, the second optical film F21 is bonded to the surface of the optical display unit W while being pressed by a pressing roller and a guide roller. The control device 1 controls the pressing pressure and driving operation of the pressing roller and the guide roller.

  As the peeling mechanism of the second peeling device 27, the second release film F22 is reversed and transferred to peel the second release film F22 and the second sheet product after the second release film F22 is peeled off. It is comprised so that F2 (2nd optical film) may be sent out to the optical display unit W surface. The peeled release film F22 is wound up on a roll. The roll winding control is controlled by the control device 1.

  That is, the 2nd optical film supply apparatus M5 in this invention uses the 2nd release film F22 formed in the 2nd optical film F21 via the 2nd adhesive layer F24 as a conveyance medium, and is the 2nd bonding apparatus M6. A transport mechanism for supplying the second optical film F21.

  As a bonding mechanism, it is comprised from the pressing roller and the guide roller arrange | positioned facing it provided in the bonding position. The guide roller is composed of a rubber roller that is rotationally driven by a motor, and is arranged to be movable up and down. In addition, a pressing roller made of a metal roller that is rotationally driven by a motor is disposed directly below it. When the optical display unit W is sent to the bonding position, the pressing roller is moved to a lower position so as to open a roller interval. Note that the guide roller and the pressing roller may both be rubber rollers or metal rollers.

  The 2nd rejection apparatus 29 which excludes the 2nd sheet material F2 containing a fault is demonstrated. When the second sheet material F2 including the defect is conveyed to the bonding position, the guide roller moves vertically upward. Next, the roller around which the removal film is stretched moves to a fixed position of the guide roller. By moving the pressing roller vertically upward, the second sheet product F2 including the defect is pressed against the removal film, the second sheet product F2 is attached to the removal film, and the second sheet product including the defect together with the removal film. Wind F2 around the roller.

  The optical display device formed by bonding the first and second sheet products to the optical display unit W is transported to the inspection device. The inspection device performs an inspection on both sides of the optical display device that has been conveyed. The light source irradiates the upper surface of the optical display device vertically by the half mirror, and the reflected light image is captured as image data by the CCD camera. Another light source irradiates the surface of the optical display device at a predetermined angle, and a reflected light image is captured as image data by a CCD camera. Inspection of the opposite surface of the optical display device is similarly performed using a light source and a CCD camera. Defects are subjected to image processing analysis from these image data, and non-defective products are determined.

  The operation timing of each apparatus is calculated by, for example, a method of detecting by arranging a sensor at a predetermined position, or is calculated by detecting a rotary member of the transfer apparatus or the transfer mechanism with a rotary encoder or the like. The control device 1 may be realized by a cooperative action of a software program and hardware resources such as a CPU and a memory. In this case, a memory is stored in advance for the program software, processing procedure, various settings, and the like. Further, it can be configured by a dedicated circuit or firmware.

  The optical display device obtained by the production method of the present invention is one in which an optical film is attached to both surfaces of the optical display unit. The optical display device can be applied to an image display device such as a liquid crystal display device, an organic EL display device, or a PDP.

  The liquid crystal display device can be formed according to the conventional method. That is, a liquid crystal display device is generally formed by appropriately assembling components such as a liquid crystal cell (corresponding to an optical display unit), an optical film, and an illumination system as necessary, and incorporating a drive circuit. In the present invention, there is no particular limitation except that the optical film according to the present invention is used. As the liquid crystal cell, any type such as a TN (Twisted Nematic) type, an STN (Super Twisted Nematic) type, and a π type can be used. The present invention is effective in the case of a switching mode liquid crystal cell.

  An appropriate liquid crystal display device such as a liquid crystal display device in which an optical film is disposed on one side or both sides of a liquid crystal cell, or a backlight or a reflector used in an illumination system can be formed. In that case, the optical film can be installed on one side or both sides of the liquid crystal cell. When providing an optical film on both sides, they may be the same or different. Further, when forming a liquid crystal display device, for example, a single layer or a suitable part such as a diffusing plate, an antiglare layer, an antireflection film, a protective plate, a prism array, a lens array sheet, a light diffusing plate, a backlight, etc. Two or more layers can be arranged.

  The liquid crystal display device can be formed as a transmission type or reflection type in which an optical film is arranged on one side or both sides of a liquid crystal cell, or an appropriate structure according to the conventional type of transmission / reflection type. Accordingly, the liquid crystal cell forming the liquid crystal display device is arbitrary, and for example, a liquid crystal cell of an appropriate type such as an active matrix driving type typified by a thin film transistor type may be used.

  Moreover, when providing a polarizing plate and an optical member in the both sides of a liquid crystal cell, they may be the same thing and may differ. Furthermore, when forming the liquid crystal display device, for example, appropriate components such as a prism array sheet, a lens array sheet, a light diffusing plate, and a backlight can be arranged in one or more layers at appropriate positions.

(Another embodiment of the bonding method using turning)
In the above embodiment, one of the first optical film F11 and the second optical film F21 is bonded to the optical display unit W from above, and the other is bonded to the optical display unit W from below. The optical display unit W may be configured such that both the first optical film F11 and the second optical film F21 are bonded to each other from the upper side or the lower side. In this case, after laminating the first optical film F11 on one surface of the optical display unit W from above or below, the optical display unit W is turned so as to be turned upside down and rotated, and on the other surface. What is necessary is just to bond the 1st optical film F11. For example, the first optical film F11 and the second optical film F21 can be bonded in a crossed Nicol relationship by turning upside down and turning 90 °.

  FIG. 7 is a schematic view showing a specific example of a method of turning the optical display unit W so as to be turned upside down and rotated by 90 °. FIGS. 7A and 7B show a method in which the optical display unit W is turned upside down so as to have a 90 ° relationship. FIG. 7A shows a horizontal rotation axis passing through a corner of the optical display unit W. An example in which the optical display unit W is turned upside down around A1 is shown, and (b) shows an example in which the optical display unit W is turned upside down around a horizontal rotation axis A2 passing through the center of the optical display unit W. It is shown. FIG. 7 (c) shows a 90 ° relationship by performing upside down and rotation in two stages, and either upside down or rotation may be performed first. FIG. 7D shows a method of rotating the optical display unit W in a horizontal plane while rotating the optical display unit W in a horizontal plane, and a method of rotating the optical display unit W horizontally. And a mechanism that vertically inverts about the axis A3.

  The “90 ° rotated state” and “90 ° relationship” mean that the long side of the optical display unit W after turning is parallel to the short side before turning, and the short side of the optical display unit W after turning. Means a state or relationship that is parallel to the long side before turning. However, the method of turning the optical display unit W is not limited to the mode of FIG. 7, and the optical display unit W can be turned upside down and rotated 90 ° in various other modes.

  In the said embodiment, although optical display unit W after bonding by the 1st bonding apparatus 18 is made to rotate in the bonding direction in the 2nd bonding apparatus 28, as above-mentioned, 1st The second optical film F21 may be bonded to the optical display unit W before the optical film F11. In this case, the optical display unit W after being bonded by the second bonding device 28 is changed to the first optical film F11. You may make it turn in the bonding direction in the 1 bonding apparatus 18. FIG.

(Another embodiment of the manufacturing system)
The arrangement of each device of the production system of the present invention may be any, for example, the supply device M1 of the optical display unit W, the supply device M2 of the first optical film F11, and the first bonding device M3 are linear. It is arrange | positioned and the supply apparatus M5 and 2nd bonding apparatus M6 of 2nd optical film F21 are arrange | positioned in parallel with this, and it conveys between the 1st bonding apparatus M3 and the 2nd bonding apparatus M6. You may arrange | position so that the supply apparatus M4 may be provided.

  In addition, in this invention, when not providing the turning mechanism of the optical display unit W, the supply apparatus M2 of the 1st optical film F11 and the 1st bonding apparatus M3 are the supply apparatus M5 of the 2nd optical film F21, and 2nd. It is preferable to arrange | position perpendicular | vertical with respect to the bonding apparatus M6.

F1 1st sheet product F2 2nd sheet product F11 1st optical film F11a 1st polarizer F11b 1st film F11c 2nd film F12 1st release film F13 Surface protection film F14 1st adhesive layer F21 2nd optical film F21a Second polarizer F21b Third film F21c Fourth film F22 Second release film F23 Surface protective film F24 Second pressure-sensitive adhesive layer M1 Optical display unit supply device M2 First optical film supply device M3 First bonding device M4 Conveying and supplying apparatus M5 Second optical film supplying apparatus M6 Second bonding apparatus 1 Control apparatus 12 First conveying apparatus 17 First peeling apparatus 18 First bonding apparatus 19 First rejection apparatus 20 Turning mechanism 22 Second conveying apparatus 27 2nd peeling apparatus 28 2nd bonding apparatus 29 2nd exclusion apparatus W Optical display unit

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  1. A method of manufacturing a roll material having an optical film for bonding to the surface of a rectangular optical display unit,
    An optical film including a polarizing plate having a longitudinal direction parallel to the absorption axis, an adhesive layer, and a strip-shaped sheet product in which a release film is laminated in this order, and on the long side or short side of the optical display unit A width corresponding to a short side or a long side of the optical display unit is formed in parallel with the longitudinal direction of the polarizing plate, and the original material before the slit is provided with a cut line for dividing the optical film into a corresponding length. A method for producing a roll material, comprising: a step of slitting the sheet material; and a step of winding the belt-like sheet product obtained by the slit process into a roll material.
  2. An optical display device comprising: an optical film including a polarizing plate; and a rectangular optical display unit in which the optical film is bonded to a surface.
    An optical film including a polarizing plate having a longitudinal direction parallel to the absorption axis, an adhesive layer, and a release film are laminated in this order, and the optical film has a length corresponding to the long side or the short side of the optical display unit. A strip-like sheet obtained by slitting a raw material before slit, in which a cut line for dividing into two, is provided in advance, in parallel with the longitudinal direction and with a width corresponding to the short side or the long side of the optical display unit A step of preparing a roll material in which the product is wound into a roll;
    A step of pulling out the belt-like sheet product from the raw roll and bonding the divided pieces of the optical film to the surface of a rectangular optical display unit.
  3. An optical display device manufacturing system comprising an optical film including a polarizing plate, and a rectangular optical display unit having the optical film bonded to the surface,
    An optical film including a polarizing plate having a longitudinal direction parallel to the absorption axis, an adhesive layer, and a release film are laminated in this order, and the optical film has a length corresponding to the long side or the short side of the optical display unit. A strip-like sheet obtained by slitting a raw material before slit, in which a cut line for dividing into two, is provided in advance, in parallel with the longitudinal direction and with a width corresponding to the short side or the long side of the optical display unit Manufacture of an optical display device provided with a laminating device for pulling out the strip-shaped sheet product from a roll roll in which the product is wound in a roll shape and laminating the divided pieces of the optical film on the surface of a rectangular optical display unit system.
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