Dry Film Photoresist for Tent-and-Etch Applications
Portability is driving higher and higher technology in printed circuit board manufacture.
Tent-and-etch permits fabricators to manufacture this higher technology tent-and-etch product. DuPont™ Riston® TentMaster provides excellent tenting capability, outstanding conformation, excellent resolution and remarkable tolerance to off-contact exposure.
- Negative working, aqueous processable dry film photoresist
- Specially formulated for tent-and-etch applications
- Fine line capability with wider processing latitude and reduced sensitivity to off-contact
- Ideally suited for use on thin core laminate and flexible substrates
Let TentMaster help you for your tent-and-etch applications.
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