ALTIX Introduces New ‘ADIX SA neo’ Direct Imager


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ALTIX, a worldwide leader in UV imaging systems, is proud to introduce its all new Direct Imaging ADIX SA neo, which they presented last week at productronica 2020 in Munich.

ADIX SA neo is an all new panel direct imaging exposure system, dedicated to all resists including dry film and soldermask.

Compared to ADIX SA, the ADIX SA neo provides a 20 to 30% higher productivity. The new model features a linear motor-driven Z-axis and HD DMD coupled to an enlarged optics providing a higher UV light output.

These enhanced unique features bring a wider UV projection width (45mm instead of 20mm) to reduce the number of printed stripes and provide a larger depth of focus. In addition, ADIX SA neo can be customized to match with customers' productivity and budget, from 1 to 7 photo heads and 2 to 3 printed stripes per photo head (equipped with 4 UV wavelength LEDs per head).

Both ADIX SA and ADIX SA neo can be equipped with automated solutions. ADIX CS/F is our compact standard/flip island of automation and ADIX PT/F is our pass-through/flip in-line automation.

Altix also exhibited their fully automatic roll-to-roll direct imaging, the ADIX RtR, at productronica. This equipment combines 30 years of ALTIX know-how of roll-to-roll contact printers in association with the latest direct imaging technologies. Digital printing of flexible circuitry in web is now available.

In addition to the direct imaging product line, ALTIX is offering a wide range of contact printers using innovative LedLight™ sources. ALTIX is active in contact UV exposure solutions by innovating and adapting solutions to new customers’ requirement.

About ALTIX

Founded in 1991, ALTIX is a worldwide specialist in UV imaging systems, operating at the leading edge of technology, providing photolithography solutions mainly for printed circuit board (PCB), flexible printed circuit board (FPC) and photochemical milling (PCM) industries. Headquartered in Normandy, France, this ALTIX location includes R&D center, manufacturing, sales & marketing departments. 

Innovation after innovation, ALTIX has delivered hundreds of machines and more than 600 units are currently producing every day, all over the world. Definitively, ALTIX is recognized as a world leader for contact imaging systems and versatile Direct Imaging.

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