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This is relatively new technology allows a resized lcd tube made to suit almost any application, yet it retains all its original performance and features—perfect for a price effective, low/medium volume solution. Lcd panel resizing consists of lcd disassembly, physically cutting the glass to a replacement size, sealing the sides . The technology also can be utilized in a good range of applications where standard sizes aren't suitable, generally where there are height or width restrictions. Advantech series of stretched signage displays which use this technology are highly cost-effective solution for these low and medium volume demands. Take cutting lcd, 38” stretched signage display for instance , the primary steps to require a full 42" lcd module apart into its constituent lcd glass, polarizer, backlight and circuit boards. The 42” lcd glass is then move 1/2 size whilst preserving the circuit boards. To avoid diminishing their original performance, the aim of lcd resizing is to conserve the maximum amount panel ee design as possible. The circuit boards are placed within the bottom half the first 42" panels, therefore the effect of row cutting doesn't affect the input signals, they continue to be an equivalent which saves cost from rearranging circuit boards. The cutting lcd series incorporates a sensible auto-scaling function so when users play their original content, the size are automatically modified to suit cutting lcd’s super-wide resolution.