RTW IPC APEX EXPO: Schmoll and Taiyo America Partner to Speed Up Solder Mask Development


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How to accelerate the development of specialist direct-imaging solder resists to suit the requirements of the Asian and North American markets? Jesse Session, technical manager at Taiyo America, describes how close collaboration between ink formulator and equipment supplier enables the optimization to be achieved most effectively. Thomas Kunz, president of Schmoll Maschinen, presents the point of view of an equipment manufacturer specializing in precision registration, and project engineer Dennis Pusch fills in the details of Schmoll's micro-mirror direct imaging technology.
 

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