General Purpose Photoresist Simplifies Manufacturing Operation
Manufacturing of printed circuit boards is a complex task. Anything that can be done to simplify the process will enhance the overall operation.
The DuPont™ Riston® MultiMaster Series simplifies the manufacturing operation by eliminating the need for different films in your production line. Having one resist for all your fabrication needs eliminates the need to change resists frequently, resulting in less downtime. One resist for all your needs also saves on inventory.
Riston® MultiMaster Series Includes:
- Riston® MM-100 Series Dry Film: High productivity, easy stripping general purpose resist
- Riston® MM-500 Series Dry Film: Robust general purpose resist for the most demanding alkaline etch and nickel/gold plating applications
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