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Imaging

When a printed circuit board is made, the imaging process is what defines the circuit traces. While the traditional imaging process requires a photo-tool and UV-light to transfer images, LDI only uses a computer-controlled, highly focused, laser beam to directly define the circuit pattern onto the board.

HOW DOES LDI WORK?

This process can be summed up in the following steps:

1) The panel is coated with a layer of photoresist

2) The CAM files are preloaded into the laser.

3) The circuit pattern is digitally created onto the board by the CNC laser.

4) Using acid, the areas that weren't exposed to the laser beam are then etched, leaving intact the circuit traces.

  • Photoplotter, Gerber, Model Crescent/30
  • Exposer , Nu-Arc, Flip Top, Mod FT40V3UPNS
  • Developer, Diazo Quantum, Mod D-24
  • Paper Cutter, Quill
  • Developer, ASI, Mod D857
  • Micro Modifier, Byers, Model 5500 XP
  • Film Punch, Arnold
  • Exposer, Olec, Mod AP30-8000-480, 480V, 33A
  • Exposer, Olec, Mod AP30-8000-240, 240V, 65A
  • Developer, Mod 6000 w/Pump
  • Film Punch, Arnold
  • Colight Film Area Computer, Mod 10611-00
  • Exposer, Olec, Mod AP30-8000-480
  • Exposer, Olec, Mod AP30 Super 8000, 240,240V,65A
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