Monitor Basics in Plain English
The Making of a FlexScan Monitor
- Monitor Basics in Plain English
- Implementing 4K Monitors
- 10 ways to address eye fatigue caused by displays
- EIZO 4K Monitors – high definition and large screen sizes
- Confused about HiDPI and Retina display? ― Understanding pixel density in the age of 4K
- EIZO Optical Bonding
- The Latest on Computer Screens and Eye Fatigue
- Pixel Pitch and Enlarged Mode
- Native Resolution and Enlarge Mode
- How can a screen sense touch? A basic understanding of touch panels
- Is the beauty of a curve decisive for color reproduction? Learning about LCD monitor gamma
- Smoother Video with Cutting-Edge Technologies: LCD Monitor I/P Conversion
- Altering color dramatically with a single setting: Examining color temperature on an LCD monitor
- Maximum Display Colors and Look-Up Tables: Two Considerations When Choosing a Monitor
- DisplayPort to D-Sub: The Full Range of LCD Monitor Video Input Interfaces
- The Ability to Display Color Correctly Is Vital: Understanding the Color Gamut of an LCD Monitor
- The Making of a FlexScan Monitor
- Are the response time figures true? A close look at LCD video performance
- The difference in image quality is perfectly obvious! – Let's check the LCD's display
- Making Full Use of the "External" LCD with Laptop Computers
- Color Management Resources
|Production Line Characteristics
|A Tour of Our Production Line
Take a close look at an EIZO monitor and you'll see that you can't buy a monitor like this anywhere else. Our products are unique because we are a unique company in the monitor industry; we still design, manufacture, and quality control test our products in house. As more desktop LCD monitor brands outsource development and production to third parties, we remain convinced that the best way to deliver the quality that our customers expect is to retain control over our manufacturing and quality control processes. In fact, EIZO is the only remaining Japanese brand of desktop LCD monitors that still manufactures its products in Japan.
In this article, we take you on a step-by-step tour of how our FlexScan monitors are made – from assembly to packaging – at our global headquarters in Hakusan, Japan. FlexScan is our family of general use monitors for back offices, trading floors, SOHO, CAD/CAM, graphic design and amateur photography. FlexScan is the core of our monitor lineup. By volume, it accounts for more than 50% of our desktop LCD monitor sales. The design and feature sets of FlexScan monitors serve as the basis for some of our other product families such as RadiForce medical monitors, ColorEdge color management monitors, and FORIS home entertainment monitors.
Our FlexScan monitor manufacturing process combines manual operations with automated ones to ensure high quality products made as efficiently as possible. Manual operations are performed for assembly tasks that cannot be automated or for verifying image quality to ensure it looks right to the human eye. Automated operations take advantage of robotic and CCD (charge coupled device) camera technologies to more efficiently perform mechanical tasks such as screw insertion and image adjustment.
- With the acquisition of the medical monitor business from Siemens Automation and Drives in 2007 and the monitor business from eg-electronic GmbH in 2009, EIZO now also has manufacturing facilities in Germany.
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