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Polycarbonate Optical Grade

AD-5503
CONTENTS

Panlite® AD-5503
Outline of Panlite® AD-5503...................................................... 2
Features of Panlite® AD-5503................................................... 2
Molecular Structure of Panlite® AD-5503................................... 2
Material Properties................................................................. 3
1. Representative properties of Panlite® AD-5503....................... 3
2. Optical characteristics of Panlite® AD-5503............................ 4
3. Moisture absorption of Panlite® AD-5503.............................. 9
4. Thermal properties............................................................. 10
5. Electrical properties............................................................ 12

Applications for Optical Discs


Strong point of AD-5503........................................................ 13
Preproduction for AD-5503.................................................... 14
Substrate molding................................................................. 16
Structure & process............................................................... 20
CD-R molding experiment..................................................... 23
DVD molding experiment....................................................... 24
DVD bonding experiment....................................................... 26
Additional technical data........................................................ 28
Notes..................................................................................... 29
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regulates environmental management systems. With these management struc-
tures in place, Teijin Chemicals Ltd. is now recognized as meeting the stringent
requirements of a comprehensive control system accepted the world over.

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• Outline of Panlite ®
AD-5503
Panlite AD-5503 is an optical grade polycarbonate resin, which has been recognized for many years as
the substrate for compact discs. Today, it is applied for Magneto-Optical Discs, Mini discs, DVD-Video,
and DVD-ROM.
Panlite AD-5503 is also used for various lenses, prisms and other optical devices in addition to optical
discs.

• Features of Panlite ®
AD-5503
1 Low level of contamination, foreign matter and impurities assures products of superb optical charac-
teristics.
2 Holds high level of transparency in a wide range of wavelengths from near ultra-violet to near infrared
rays.
3 Least intra- and inter-lot quality dispersion enables continuous production with stability.
4 Excellent moldability renders stable production of moldings with minimum optical strain.

• Molecular Structure of Panlite ®


AD-5503
Panlite AD-5503 is a homopolymer formed basically from bisphenol A of extra high purity. It retains
excellent dimensional stability, mechanical characteristics and reliability for an extended period of time.

Molecular Structure of Panlite AD-5503

CH3

O C O C

CH3 O n

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Material Properties
1. Representative properties of Panlite ® AD-5503
The table below outlines the representative properties of Panlite AD-5503.

Table 1 Representative properties of Panlite AD-5503

Property Unit Test Method Measurement Condition AD-5503 L-1225Y


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Density kg/m ISO 1183 - 1200 1200
Water absorption rate % ISO 62 in water 23°C 24h 0.2 0.2
Light transmission % ASTM D1003 thickness 3 mm 89 88
Refractive index - ASTM D542 - 1.585 1.585
Abbe's number - ASTM D542 - 30 30
Tensile modulus MPa ISO 527-1and 2 1 mm/min 2450 2400
Tensile yield stress MPa ISO 527-1and 2 50 mm/min 63 62
Tensile yield distortion % ISO 527-1and 2 50 mm/min 6 6
Tensile fracture
% ISO 527-1and 2 50 mm/min >50 >50
designation distortion
Flexural modulus MPa ISO 178 2 mm/min 2400 2350
Flexural Strength MPa ISO 178 2 mm/min 96 92

Load-deflection 1.80 MPa 124 128


°C ISO 75-1 and 2
temperature 0.45 MPa 138 141

Coefficient of linear -4
parallel 0.7 0.7
x10 /°C ISO 11359-2
expansion vertical 0.7 0.7

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2. Optical characteristics of Panlite® AD-5503
Panlite AD-5503 has a high refractive index and low dispersion, in comparison with other plastics. Due
to the large photoelasticity, Panlite AD-5503 has a high sensitivity to optical strain (birefrigence) against
residual stress from molding. This calls for careful selection of the molding conditions. Residual stress
from the molding can be detected with ease by monitoring birefrigence, however.

• Panlite ®
AD-5503 spectral light transmittance
Panlite AD-5503 has ample transmittance for a wide range of near ultraviolet, visible, and near infra-
red rays. Its exceptional light transmittance makes it an ideal material for next-generation blue laser
technologies.

100

75
Light transmittance / %

50

25

0
250 500 750 1000 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500

Wave length / nm

Fig. 1 Dependency of light transmittance on wavelength (test piece of 2.0 mm thick)

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100

90

80

70
Light transmittance / %

60

50

40

30

20

10

0
200 300 400 500 600 700 800 850
Wave length / nm

Fig. 2 Spectral light transmittance of a test piece of 0.6 mm thick

100

90

80

70
Light transmittance / %

60

50

40

30

20

10

0
200 300 400 500 600 700 800 850
Wave length / nm

Fig. 3 Spectral light transmittance of a test piece of 1.2 mm thick

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100

90

80

70
Light transmittance / %

60

50

40

30

20

10

0
200 300 400 500 600 700 800 850
Wave length / nm

Fig. 4 Spectral light transmittance of a test piece of 2.0 mm thick

100

90

80

70
Light transmittance / %

60

50

40

30

20

10

0
200 300 400 500 600 700 800 850
Wave length / nm

Fig. 5 Spectral light transmittance of a test piece of 5.0 mm thick

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100

90

80
Light transmittance / %

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0
200 250 300 350 400 450 500
Wave length / nm

Fig. 6 Light transmittance of DVD substrate in short wavelength range of 200-500 nm

100

90

80
Light transmittance / %

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0
200 250 300 350 400 450 500
Wave length / nm

Fig. 7 Light transmittance of CD substrate in short wavelength range of 200-500 nm

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• Refractive index and Abbe's number
Table 2 Refractive index and Abbe's number
Property Unit AD-5503 PMMA Polystylene ADC Glass
Refractive index (nd) — 1.58 1.49 1.60 1.50 1.52
Abbe's number (νd) — 28 58 30 58 59

Refractive index

1.7 0.40

m
Refractive index / nd

1.65 0.30

Attenuation coefficient /
Refractive index
1.6 0.20

1.55 0.10
Attenuation coefficient

1.5 0
300 400 500 600 700 800
Wave length / nm

Fig. 8 Dependency of refractive index and attenuation coefficient on wavelength

Table 3 Photoelastic constant


Property Unit AD-5503 PMMA Polystylene ADC Glass
-12 2 -1
Photoelastic constant 10 m N 70 –2.7 3.8 8.3 10.4 40 0.5 2.8

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3. Moisture absorption of Panlite® AD-5503
• Drying properties of Panlite ®
AD-5503
When molding Panlite AD-5503, it is necessary to reduce the moisture content to 0.015% or less with
predrying. To reduce the moisture content to under 0.015%, drying is required for 4 hours at a tem-
perature of 120°C. More efficient drying can be effected if a dehumidifier type of drying machine is
used.
Care should be taken not to allow pellets to absorb moisture again after drying.

Panlite® AD-5503 Drying property

0.200 0.200
100°C 100°C
110°C 110°C

Moisture content / %
Moisture content / %

120°C 120°C
0.150 0.150

0.100 0.100

0.050 0.050

0.015 0.015

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Drying time / hr Drying time / hr
Predrying / Pellet layer thickness 5 mm Hot air circulating dryer Predrying / Pellet layer thickness 40 mm Hot air circulating dryer

Fig. 9 Drying curve A Fig. 10 Drying curve B

The performance curve below indicates moisture absorption curve of Panlite AD-5503 dried at 120°C in
an atmosphere of 23°C with the relative humidity of 60%.

Moisture absorption curve

0.20
Moisture absorption curve / %

0.15

0.10

0.05

0
0 25 50 75 100
Exposure time / hr
Test temperature : 23°C Relative humidity : 60 %

Fig. 11 Moisture absorption curve

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4. Thermal properties
• Melt viscosity
Panlite AD-5503 shows much lower melt viscosity property compared to general purpose grades. It is
a molding material of a high flow property.

Shear rate / 1000 s-1

800

600
Melt viscosity / Pa • s

400

200
L-1225Y

AD-5503
0
240 260 280 300 320 340
Temperature / °C

Fig. 12 Melt viscosity

• Specific heat
The diagram below shows specific heat and thermal conductivity of Panlite AD-5503.
Test method ASTM E1269

3000
Specific heat / J kg-1 K -1

2000

1000

0
50 100 150 200 250 300 350
Temperature / °C

Fig. 13 Specific heat of Panlite AD-5503

• Thermal conductivity
Table 4 Thermal conductivity
Temperature / °C Thermal conductivity / W m-1 K -1
58 0.201
99 0.215
140 0.239
180 0.249
239 0.253
278 0.256

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• PVT curves
Panlite AD-5503 PVT curve shows its inflecting property at 147°C for Zero (0) MPa (JG).

1.00
Pressure
0 MPa

0.95
Specific volume / 103 m3 kg-1

50 MPa

100 MPa
0.90
150 MPa

200 MPa
0.85

0.80
0 100 200 300 400
Temperature / °C

Fig. 14 PVT curves

Table 5 Thermal property


Property Unit Measurements
Glass transition temperature °C 147
Freezing point °C 160
No flow temperature °C 190

• Thermal decomposition temperature


Panlite AD-5503 has high heat resistance, providing margin for the molding temperature.

100

90
Weight / %

Air N2
80

70

60

50
0 100 200 300 400 500 600
Temperature / °C
Heating rate 20°C / min. Gas flow rate 40 ml / min
Fig. 15 Thermal decomposition temperature

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5. Electrical properties
Panlite AD-5503 shows excellent electrical properties comparable with other Panlite general purpose
grades (Table 6).

Table 6 Electrical Properties

Property Unit Test Method Measurement Condition AD-5503 L-1225Y


Withstand voltage MV/m IEC 60243-1 short time test 30 30
Surface resistivity Ω IEC 60093 - >1x1015 >1x1015
Volume resistivity Ω•m IEC 60093 - >1x1013 >1x1013

Specific inductive 100 Hz 3.1 3.1


- IEC 60250
capacity 1 MHz 3 3

-4
100 Hz 10 10
Dielectric loss tangent x10 IEC 60250
1 MHz 90 90
Tracking resistance - IEC 60112 - 250 250

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Applications for Optical Discs

CD-R DVD

Strong point of AD-5503


(1) High heat stability
(2) Stable quality within and between the lots.
(3) Low level of contamination and foreign matter

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Preproduction for AD-5503
Equipment to hang the flexible container
Appropriate way to transfer the resin to the receiving tank unit,
1) Hang the big bag using all 4 rings.
2) To avoid the big bag from saving or dropping, place a supporting stand.
3) Apply a cover on the receiving unit during the exchanging process of the flexible container, to avoid
contamination from entering the receiving unit.

Hanger

Cover Stand

Picture 1 Example of the receiving tank unit


for the flexible container

Remarks on Handling Flexible Container


While exchanging the Flexible Container, there exists the possibility of Contamination.
(Picture 2: Example of inner-bag contamination.)
To avoid the any contamination, please refer “Handling Manual of Flexible Container”.

Picture 2 Bottom view Picture 3 Whiten disc due to inner-bag


contamination

Tied Rope

PP Cover Bag

PE Inner Bag

Tie Band
Connected Pipe
Receiving Unit

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Drying condition
The moisture content of polycarbonate resin depends on atmosphere condition.
However, at room temperature is between 0.12% to 0.21%.
In order to avoid problems such as bubbles, silver streaks, which are a result of hydrolysis, you should
control the moisture content to be below 150 ppm at drying.
We recommend to use a hopper dryer system with low due point air (< -20°C).
Optimum drying temperature is between 120°C (248F) to 125°C (256F).
Do not heat over 125°C to prevent pellets from sticking.
The drying time must be at least 4 hours before injection molding.

2000

1500
Moisture content / ppm

1000

500

0
0 1 2 3 4 5 6

Drying time / hr

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Substrate Molding
Key issue for substrate production
Injection compression
To attain properly shaped bonded disc, substrate
may be molded FLAT

Adjustment of stress in resin during injection

Key condition
Injection speed
Holding pressure
Clamping force (Timing, Force)
Punch timing

Example of CD-DA Molding Condition Molding machine : SUMITOMO DISK-3

TEMPERATURE
BARREL MOLD STA. 75.0 °C
Z15a Z15 Z5 Z4 Z3 Z2 Z1 MOV. 75.0 °C
270 290 330 340 335 310 270 °C SPRUE 30.0 °C

INJECTION
HOLD FILL
4th 3rd 2nd 1st 5th 4th 3rd 2nd 1st
Time 0.00 0.20 0.20 0.05 sec. Pos. 3.90 5.30 7.00 9.00 30.00 mm
Pres. 0.0 15.0 25.0 35.0 kgf/cm2 Vel. 40.0 50.0 90.0 100.0 20.0 mm/s

PLASTICIZING COOLING TIME


Pull back 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pull back
0.0 20.00 25.00 35.00 36.50 36.75 mm 3.7 sec.
Back pres. 2.0 2.0 2.0 0.0 kgf/cm 2

Screw RPM 200 180 180 120 rpm

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Example of CD-R Molding Condition Molding machine : SUMITOMO DISK-3

TEMPERATURE
BARREL MOLD STA. 120.0 °C
Z15a Z15 Z5 Z4 Z3 Z2 Z1 MOV. 120.0 °C
290 310 335 340 335 310 270 °C SPRUE 27.0 °C

INJECTION
HOLD FILL
4th 3rd 2nd 1st 5th 4th 3rd 2nd 1st
Time 0.00 0.20 0.30 0.03 sec. Pos. 2.00 4.50 8.00 10.00 30.60 mm
Pres. 0.0 22.0 30.0 35.0 kgf/cm2 Vel. 40.0 50.0 80.0 200.0 35.0 mm/s

PLASTICIZING COOLING TIME


Pull back 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pull back
0.0 8.00 25.00 34.60 35.90 36.20 mm 10.0 sec.
Back pres. 5.0 3.0 0.0 0.0 kgf/cm 2

Screw RPM 180 180 120 50 rpm

Example of DVD-Video Molding Condition Molding machine : SUMITOMO DISK-3

TEMPERATURE
BARREL MOLD STA. 123.0 °C
Z15a Z15 Z5 Z4 Z3 Z2 Z1 MOV. 121.0 °C
360 370 380 380 370 340 280 °C SPRUE 90.0 °C

INJECTION
HOLD FILL
4th 3rd 2nd 1st 5th 4th 3rd 2nd 1st
Time 0.00 0.20 0.15 0.05 sec. Pos. 4.30 4.50 4.75 6.60 17.00 mm
Pres. 0.0 5.0 20.0 35.0 kgf/cm2 Vel. 35.0 60.0 150.0 200.0 150.0 mm/s

PLASTICIZING COOLING TIME


Pull back 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pull back
0.0 18.00 19.00 19.50 20.20 20.30 mm 7.0 sec.
Back pres. 2.0 2.0 2.0 0.0 kgf/cm 2

Screw RPM 350 250 250 200 rpm

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Example of CD-DA Molding Condition Molding machine : MEIKI M35B-D-DM

INJ. SPEED
VH V4 V3 V2 V1
100 25 70 100 20 %

P3 P2 P1 PB PA
PRES. 0 30 35 140 140 kgf
TIMER. 0.00 0.20 0.10 1.00 sec.
POSN 0.00 0.00 5.00 8.50 13.00 28.10 mm

SCREW ROTATION
N1 N2 N3 MELT DEC.
ROTATION 300 300 250 rpm 0.0 mm
FEED 55 %
POSN 26.00 26.00 30.70 mm
BACK PRESSURE COOLING TIME
PRES. 2 2 1 kgf 2.5 sec.
POSN 26.00 26.00 mm

TEMPERATURE BARREL MOLD


H1 H2 H3 H4 STA. 64 °C
315 340 330 280 °C MOV. 68 °C
SPRUE 25 °C

Example of CD-R Molding Condition Molding machine : MEIKI M35B-D-DM

INJ. SPEED
VH V4 V3 V2 V1
100 30 60 100 15 %

P3 P2 P1 PB PA
PRES. 0 30 20 140 140 kgf
TIMER. 0.00 0.25 0.20 1.00 sec.
POSN 0.00 0.00 4.80 5.80 8.00 28.40 mm

SCREW ROTATION
N1 N2 N3 MELT DEC.
ROTATION 250 250 120 rpm 0.0 mm
FEED 45 %
POSN 26.00 26.00 30.70 mm
BACK PRESSURE COOLING TIME
PRES. 3 3 1 kgf 5.8 sec.
POSN 26.00 26.00 mm

TEMPERATURE BARREL MOLD


H1 H2 H3 H4 STA. 115 °C
330 330 320 260 °C MOV. 115 °C
SPRUE 30 °C

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Example of DVD-Video Molding Condition Molding machine : MEIKI M35B-D-DM

INJ. SPEED
VH V4 V3 V2 V1
100 40 70 100 100 %

P3 P2 P1 PB PA
PRES. 0 20 20 140 140 kgf
TIMER. 0.00 0.30 0.02 1.00 sec.
POSN 0.00 0.00 2.00 3.00 5.00 13.40 mm

SCREW ROTATION
N1 N2 N3 MELT DEC.
ROTATION 250 250 150 rpm 0.0 mm
FEED 50 %
POSN 13.00 13.00 15.30 mm
BACK PRESSURE COOLING TIME
PRES. 2 2 1 kgf 3.7 sec.
POSN 13.00 13.00 mm

TEMPERATURE BARREL MOLD


H1 H2 H3 H4 STA. 105 °C
360 375 360 280 °C MOV. 107 °C
SPRUE 70 °C

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Structure & Process
Structure of CD-R

Protection Layer (Lacquer layer)


Reflection layer (Au or Ag)
Recording Layer (Dye)

1.2 mmt data substrate

CD-R Dye Coating Process

Coating Drying Sputtering

Key issue for CD-R Production

It is difficult for groove replication because of deep groove depth.


Substrate Higher mold temperature is required, but it causes longer cycle time.
<Key issue>Higher mold temperature.

Required the even and suitable thickness for Dye layer. The suitable
thickness is varied according to refractivity of Dye-resin.
Dye
<Key issue> Adjustment the concentration and temperature of Dye-resin
during coating process.

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Structure of DVD-Video
0.6 mmt blank substrate (clear)
UV Radical adhesive
DVD-5
Reflection layer (Al)
0.6 mmt data substrate

0.6 mmt data substrate


Reflection layer
DVD-10
UV Radical adhesive
Reflection layer
0.6 mmt data substrate
0.6 mmt data substrate (L1)
Reflection layer (Al)
DVD-9
UV Radical adhesive
Half Reflection layer (Au or Si)
0.6 mmt data substrate (L0)

Bonding Process with UV Radical Adhesives


Spin Coating

Coating Bonding Curing

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Bonding method

Method UV Radical UV Cationic Hot Melt


Material Acrylate Epoxy Thermoplastic
Appearance Transparent Opaque Opaque
Shrinkage 5~10% 2~3% —
Dispense a) Spin Coating Screen printing Roller Coating
b) Capillary flow
c) Screen printing
Target construction DVD-5, 9, 10, (18) DVD-5, 10, DVD-5, 10,
(DVD-RAM, DVD-R) DVD-RAM, DVD-R DVD-RAM, DVD-R
Merit 1) Cycle time Durability Established
2) Durability technology
3) Transparent (DVD-9)
Demerit Need transparency of Cycle time Durability
substrate

Key issue for Bonding process

Substrate may warp towards the thickness direction, which the


DVD-5 adhesion layer may have cured unevenly.
<Key issue> Adjustment of adhesive volume and UV curing condition.

Compared with DVD-5, curing is late to intercept UV light with reflective


layer. If the intensity of UV light is too strong, substrate may deform by
DVD-10 heat.
<Key issue> Adjustment the intensity of UV light and curing time

It is difficult for coating to adjust equal thickness of bonding layer.


DVD-9 <Key issue> Choice of bonding material,
Coating condition of bonding material

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CD-R Molding Experiment
Replicability-1
Mold temperature VS Transferability

Pit or Groove depth of substrate


Transferability = X 100
Pit or Groove depth of stamper

100

80
Transferability/%

60

40

20

0 Injection machine ; Sumitomo Disk 3


90 100 110 120 130 Disc thickness ; 1.2 mm
Mold temperature /°C Stamper ; CD-R(Depth;150 nm)
Barrel temperature ; 340°C

Replicability-2
Groove Shape

OK

NG

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DVD Molding Experiment
Birefringence
Barrel temperature VS Retardation Mold temperature VS Retardation

80 60

60
30
Retardation/nm

Retardation/nm
40

20 0

0
-30
-20

-40 -60
20 30 40 50 60 20 30 40 50 60
Radius/mm Radius/mm

Barrel Temperature/°C Mold Temperature/°C


340 Injection machine ; Sumitomo DISK 3 100 Injection machine ; Sumitomo DISK 3
350 Disc thickness ; 0.6 mm 105 Disc thickness ; 0.6 mm
360 Stamper ; DVD-ROM Stamper 110
Stamper ; DVD-ROM Stamper
370 Mold temperature ; 115°C 115
380 Cooling time ; 4.0 sec 120 Barrel temperature ; 380°C
125 Cooling time ; 4.0 sec

Replicability
Mold temperature VS Transferability

Pit or Groove depth of substrate


Transferability = X 100
Pit or Groove depth of stamper

(Measuring radius ; 58 mm)


100

80
Transferability/%

60

40
DVD-ROM DVD-RAM DVD-R Injection machine ; Sumitomo Disk 3
Disc thickness ; 0.6 mm
Stamper ; DVD-ROM 4.7 GB (Depth;110 nm)
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95 100 105 110 115 120 125 130 135 140 145 DVD-RAM 2.6 GB (Depth;70 nm)
DVD-R 3.95 GB (Depth;150 nm)
Mold temperature /°C
Barrel temperature ; 380°C

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Mechanical characteristics -1
Mold temperature VS Vertical deviation (tangential tilt)

(Measuring radius ; 55 mm)


300

250
m
Vertical deviation(P-P) /

200

150

100

50

0 Injection machine ; Sumitomo Disk 3


Disc thickness ; 0.6 mm
95 100 105 110 115 120 125
Stamper ; DVD-ROM
Mold temparature /°C Barrel temperature ; 380°C
Cooling time ; 4.0 sec

Mechanical characteristics -2
Deflection control (Radial Tilt) due to the different mold temperatures between the stationary side
and the moving side

100 100

0
m

0
-4 -2 0 2 4 6 8
m

Deflection(avg) /

-100
Deflection/

-100
-200

-200
-300

-300 -400
20 30 40 50 60
Radius/mm Difference mold temperature (Sta.-Mov.) /°C

Mold temperature/°C Injection machine ; Sumitomo Disk 3


(Sta. side/Mov. side) Disc thickness ; 0.6 mm
Stamper ; DVD-ROM
122/122 Barrel temperature ; 380°C
123/121
124/120
125/119

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DVD Bonding Experiment
DVD Bonding
DVD-5 with UV Radical Adhesive
Deflection Retardation

200 100

100 50

Retardation/ nm
m
Deflection/

0 0

-100 -50

-200 -100
20 30 40 50 60 20 30 40 50 60
Radius/mm Radius/mm

0.6 mmt blank substrate(clear)


0.6 mmt data substrate(Al sputtered)
Bonded disc

DVD-10 with UV Radical Adhesive


Deflection Retardation

200 100

100 50
Retardation /nm
m
Deflection/

0 0

-100 -50

-200 -100
20 30 40 50 60 20 30 40 50 60
Radius/mm Radius/mm

0.6 mmt data substrate(Al sputtered)


0.6 mmt data substrate(Al sputtered)
Bonded disc

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DVD Bonding
DVD-9 with UV Radical Adhesive
Deflection Retardation

200 100

100 50

Retardation/ nm
m
Deflection/

0 0

-100 -50

-200 -100
20 30 40 50 60 20 30 40 50 60
Radius/mm Radius/mm

0.6 mmt data substrate (L0;Au sputtered)


0.6 mmt data substrate (L1;Al sputtered)
Bonded disc (L0)
Bonded disc (L1)

Conclusion

•The deflection (Radial tilt) of DVD-5 bonded disc is


affected by the deflection of metalized substrate.
• The bonded discs have bigger vertical deviation
(Tangential tilt) than the substrate of 0.6 mm
thickness.

Require to mold flat substrate

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Additional Technical Data
Reliability test of DVD-5, -10 on the market-1
Mechanical characteristics
DVD-5 (Adhesive : UV Radical) DVD-10 (Adhesive : UV Radical)

0 0

-50 -50
m

m
-100 -100
Deflection/

Deflection/
-150 -150

-200 -200

-250 -250

-300 -300
0 250 500 750 1000 0 250 500 750 1000
Time /HR Time /HR

Test condition • 70°C X 85%RH


• 80°C X 85%RH
• 90°C X 85%RH
Reliability test of DVD-5, -10 on the market-2
Mechanical characteristics
DVD-5 (Adhesive : UV Cationic) DVD-5 (Adhesive : Hot melt)

0 0

-50 -50

-100
m

-100
Deflection/

Deflection/

-150 -150

-200 -200

-250 -250

-300 -300
0 250 500 750 1000 0 250 500 750 1000
Time /HR Time /HR

Test condition • 70°C X 85%RH


• 80°C X 85%RH
• 90°C X 85%RH

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Effect of Deflection
Bottom Jitter & Tilt dependency
Deflection raises the Jitter and thus raises the PI-Error

Tilt dependency of Jitter (r=25 mm)


16

14

12
Jitter/%

10

4 Radial
-1 -0.5 0 0.5 1
Tangential
Tilt Angle/deg
DVD-Book

Notes:

• Numerical values stated in this catalog are representative values obtained from a
standard testing method and do not guarantee the product's performance for a specific
application.

• Please consult with our company when applying the products for medical instruments,
food containers, packages and toys.

• Physical properties of other plastic materials are quoted from catalogs and literature.
• For applications introduced in this catalog, users are reminded on respective industrial
properties.

• The content of this catalog is subject to change without notice.


• For other cautions in detail, please read the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) before
using products.

• Always consult with Teijin Chemicals Ltd. in advance when using various additives
(such as antibacterial agent, stabilizer and flame retarder. etc.) and/or coloring agents
with this product. This company shall not provide any guarantee or be liable for any
matter that may arise from such additions.

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TEIJIN CHEMICALS LTD.
Hibiya Daibiru Building, 2-2, Uchisaiwai-cho 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0011
Tel: 81-3-3506-4772 Fax: 81-3-3506-4760
TEIJIN KASEI EUROPE B.V.
Newtonweg 20 5928 PN Venlo, The Netherlands P.O.BOX 3095 5902 RB Venlo
Tel: 31-77-3825814 Fax: 31-77-3824437

TEIJIN KASEI AMERICA INC.


11371 South Bridge Parkway, Alpharetta, GA 30022-4469, U.S.A.
Tel: 1-770-346-8949 Fax: 1-770-346-7610

TEIJIN KASEI AMERICA INC.(Western Regional Office)


2010 Main ST., Suite 1225, Irvine, CA 92614, U.S.A.
Tel: 1-949-724-8565 Fax: 1-949-724-8589

TEIJIN KASEI TAIWAN CO., LTD.


11th Fl, No.34, Sec.3, Chung Shan N. Rd., Taipei, Taiwan
Tel: 886-2-2596-3711 Fax: 886-2-2596-3713

TEIJIN POLYCARBONATE SINGAPORE PTE LTD.


152 Beach Road, #17-03/04 Gateway East, Singapore 189721
Tel: 65-298-8381 Fax: 65-298-6652

SHANGHAI TEIJIN KASEI TRADING CO., LTD.


Suit 737, No.1376 Nanjing West RD., Shanghai 200040, P.R. CHINA
Tel: 86-21-6279-7889 Fax: 86-21-6279-8550

TEIJIN KASEI (HK) LIMITED


Room 2905, 29F, Sino Plaza, 256-257 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Tel: 852-2836-0021 Fax: 852-2803-5730

TEIJIN KASEI (HK) LIMITED/GUANGZHOU REP. OFFICE


Room 1405, Office Tower Citic Plaza, Tianhe, N. RD., Guangzhou, China
Tel: 86-20-8755-5466 Fax: 86-20-3877-1802