What is the reason why mainstream DLP seamless splicing screen companies have spared no effort to invest in cross-border? Looking at the development of the entire large-screen splicing industry, the cross-border layout is a choice that relevant companies have to make. The only difference lies in where the company will focus its efforts.
In the past large-screen splicing field, DLP seamless splicing large-screen large screens are the well-deserved leader. Moreover, due to the high technical threshold of the industry and the limited number of enterprises engaged, it has been able to maintain a high profit margin. With the high-end development of LCD splicing and the rise of small-pitch LED screens, DLP seamless splicing screens are no longer unique from the application market level, and are squeezed due to inherent technical defects. Subsequently, in order to maintain the established operating profit, although DLP seamless splicing screen companies actively involved in liquid crystal display and small pitch, they have lost their original monopoly advantage. Obviously, this development model is not the traditional DLP without Sewing splicing screen companies want.
In the face of a rapidly changing market, if DLP seamless splicing screen companies want to maintain their leading business model, break the inherent business circle, and find a new point of force, it has become the most effective means.
From a long-term development perspective, from a single operation to a diversified operation, the corporate interests of DLP seamless splicing screens will be more guaranteed, but for the DLP seamless splicing screen industry itself, this is undoubtedly a kind of effort. Divide, after all, companies have limited funds and R&D capabilities, and it is inevitable that the industry advances conservatively. At the application level, the DLP seamless splicing screen itself has been alternatively compressed by LCD splicing screens and small-pitch LED screens. Now, coupled with the conservative investment of enterprises in the industry, the development of the industry may be more difficult.