Riston® GoldMaster Series Dry Film Photoresist

GoldMaster Dry Film Photoresist for Nickel/Gold Plating Applications

Gold plating had consistently been a problem for the printed circuit board industry until DuPont introduced Riston® GoldMaster.

GoldMaster is a fully aqueous resist that simplifies circuit board fabrication with special plating finishes, including nickel and gold plating, selective solder strip and thick plating.

GoldMaster, available in a 3 and 4 mil thickness, is a high productivity, easy stripping resist that eliminates extra processing steps, such as UV curing and thermal baking, without compromising quality or cost.

Check out GoldMaster on you next demanding gold plating/selective metal plating job.


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