Würth Elektronik CBT and Taiyo America, Inc. Announce Successful Production of Inkjet Solder Mask


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Würth Elektronik CBT, one of the leading PCB manufacturers in Europe, and Taiyo America are excited to announce that inkjet solder mask is in production.

IJSR-4000 JM03G is an inkjet solder mask product developed by the chemists and engineers of Taiyo Ink in Japan. The product is designed to meet all industry standards for high performance solder mask in the automotive, aerospace, defense, communications, medical and industrial market segments.

"We have been cooperating for over four years in the development of an inkjet process solution and the time and effort spent by both companies has finally paid off. We are pleased to have Würth Elektronik CBT as our first worldwide production customer for the IJSR-4000 JM03G,” stated Zach Maekawa, president of Taiyo America.

Dirk Grether, a project manager at Würth Elektronik CBT, adds with enthusiasm: "We are always eager to continuously improve our printed circuit boards, always striving for products and solution optimization which significantly benefits our customers. Together with Taiyo America, we pioneered a new successful inkjet process—thanks to IJSR-4000 JM03G. As one of the first producers, we were able to apply a functional 3D-surface designed PCB according to the customer’s requirements. Also, beyond precision and functionality advantages, we offer our customers improvements in PCB protection—achieved by the gentle application of the functional surface, as well as by a reduction in the amount and type of chemicals used. "

About Würth Elektronik Circuit Board Technology (CBT)

Würth Elektronik Circuit Board Technology, founded in 1971, has since become established as one of the leading circuit board manufacturers in Europe. A one-stop supplier, offering electronics designers everything they need for design and development, and standard and innovative circuit board technologies, to system solutions. Würth Elektronik covers the entire product life cycle, from the initial idea for a system, through production of prototypes and designs (in the WEdirekt online shop), to the manufacture of medium-sized series and/or high volume. Trained specialists are on hand to provide support, and not just in Germany. Internationalization is one key facet of Würth Elektronik’s corporate strategy with local sales teams established in many countries.

Every day, more than 120 new PCB designs are processed through Würth’s production facilities. More than 4,000 customers are served, from large conglomerates to one-person development offices. Individual support is provided by a comprehensive team of over 100 internal and field sales employees. This network is the strongest pillar of WE’s service portfolio, whereby customers may also choose Würth Elektronik’s user-friendly web shop WEdirekt for convenient online purchases of printed circuit boards. 

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About Taiyo America, Inc.

For over 29 years, TAIYO AMERICA, INC., a subsidiary of TAIYO HOLDINGS CO., LTD. has propelled itself into the latest technologies and trends, and continues to use its extensive worldwide R&D resources to further offerings and capabilities that include the latest in specialty dielectric inks and via filling inks for use with microvia and build-up technologies, as well as thermal-cure and UV-cure solder masks, Inkjet and Packaging inks. New offerings include Inkjet solder mask, Dielectric and Conductive ink products for the Printed Electronics and Lighting & Displays markets. For more information, go to taiyo-america.com.

 

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