Electra Polymers to Exhibit Soldermask for the Digital Era at productronica


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Electra Polymers Ltd will be showcasing their soldermasks for the digital era at this year’s productronica. Products will include soldermask for direct image (DI) exposure systems and ink jetable soldermask.

EMP110 DI is Electra’s latest soldermask for DI systems, tried and tested on multiple light engines with a variety of wavelength combinations. This robust, reliable and fast exposing system has now been used for several years at leading PCB companies. EMP110 DI formulation has been engineered to deliver straight sidewalls and fine solder-dam resolution over the wide range of coating thicknesses associated with screen-printed and sprayed PCBs. Optimised radiation curing characteristics deliver high levels of through-cure at low energy levels without compromise in surface hardness or chemical resistance. EMP110 DI has been a real success story for Electra taking the Electra name and products to new heights in the new digital era.

New developments in the Electra range for the digital era are inkjet soldermask that will meet the needs of PCB manufactures and OEM’s alike. Electra’s inkjet soldermask will meet and exceed SM840 and UL94V-0 requirements as well as being halogen free, RoHS and REACH compliant with no SVHC content. In addition to the inkjet soldermask, Electra has a range of complementary inkjet products including legend and etch resist’s.

Come and see us to discuss and learn more at Messe Munchen ( Booth 140, Hall B3) from 14-17 November 2017.

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