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Kyoto, Japan

A capacitive transparent touch sheet has excellent visibility and durability without changing the sensitivity, size, or the like of a touch panel. The capacitive transparent touch sheet comprises: a first conductive sheet including a first substrate to be adhered to the hard substrate, and a plurality of strip shaped first electrodes formed separately on a surface of the first substrate to be adhered to the hard substrate; a second conductive sheet including a second substrate disposed to oppose the first substrate, a plurality of strip shaped second electrodes formed on a surface of the second substrate opposing the first substrate and arranged to cross the first electrodes, and at least one insulation part formed continuously with the second electrodes, the at least one insulation part having a thickness the same as that of the second electrodes; and an adhesive layer that bonds the first and second conductive sheets together.


Patent
Toyoda Gosei and Nissha Printing Co. | Date: 2015-10-06

A decorative film includes a dark-colored opaque substrate, which includes a surface that includes an uneven section, and a transparent decorative layer, which is stacked on the surface of the opaque substrate and closely contacts the uneven section. The uneven section includes ridges and grooves, which are located between the ridges. The ridges extend in directions of the same tendency, and the grooves extend in directions of the same tendency as the ridges. A minute uneven section formed in the top surface of each ridge includes minute ridges and minute grooves, which are located between the minute ridges. The minute ridges extend in directions of the same tendency and have a narrower width than the ridges and the grooves, and the minute grooves extend in directions of the same tendency as the minute ridges and have a narrower width than the ridges and the grooves.


A touch sensor including a plurality of first electrode films and a plurality of second electrode films which are formed on a surface of a substrate and are arranged in different directions from each other; and a manufacturing method for the same. The manufacturing method includes: a first transfer step, which uses a transfer ribbon made by at least an insulating layer and an electrode-imparting layer which are entirely sequentially stacked as a transfer layer upon an elongated release film, attaches to a substrate only a portion of the transfer layer to which heat and pressure have been applied, and by stripping the release film, transfers the transfer layer in at least the shape of a first electrode film; and a second transfer step including attaching only the portion of the transfer layer to which the heat and the pressure had been applied and stripping the release film.


A film-like pressure-sensitive sensor capable of detecting a touch pressure in high accuracy, a touch pad, a protective panel having a touch-input function and an electronic device, all using the sensor. A film-like pressure-sensitive sensor with a frame-shaped adhesive layer on a rear face peripheral edge portion of the film-like pressure-sensitive sensor is provided. The film-like pressure-sensitive sensor includes a rectangular piezoelectric film, a detection electrode formed partially on a rear face of the piezoelectric film and a reference potential electrode formed on a front face of the piezoelectric film in such a manner as to be overlapped with the detection electrode. The detection electrode is formed continuously in a first frame-shaped region present across an inner boundary of the adhesive layer and a whole region adjacent to an inner side of the first frame-shaped region.


Patent
C3Nano Inc. and Nissha Printing Co. | Date: 2014-10-29

Transparent conductive films are described based on sparse metal conductive layers. Stabilization with respect to degradation of electrical conductivity over time is provided for the sparse metal conductive layers through the design of additional layers in the film. Specifically, the sparse metal conductive layer can be placed adjacent coatings with appropriate stabilization compositions as well as through the incorporation into the film of various additional protective layers.

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