Low-pressure cold welding has been used to fabricate 200 μm diameter organic light-emitting devices (OLEDs) (see Figure). The contacts are made by transferring a metal film from a patterned, soft elastomeric stamp onto unpatterned organic and metal layers on a substrate. The process does not adversely affect the OLED performance when compared with those fabricated by shadow mask patterning.
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