Chemcut Granted U.S. Patent


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Chemcut Corporation, world leader in wet processing equipment for the manufacture of printed circuit boards and chemical etching of various metals, announces that it has been granted a U.S. Patent and notice of allowance by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for a lightweight roller. This notice is U.S. patent 11,078,025 which provides for the manufacture of a lightweight roller for the movement of fragile or sensitive components such as electronic components and glass.

Chemcut Corporation, founded in 1956, was the original developer of spray etching, a technique that made the chemical etching process practical for volume, as well as prototype production. Chemcut offers a complete line of spray etchers, developers, strippers, waste treatment systems, and auxiliary equipment. More than 15,000 Chemcut units are currently in operation around the world.

To learn more about Chemcut, please call 814-272-2800 or 800-CHEMCUT. Or visit the company’s website at www.chemcut.net. 

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