Aculon Launches NanoClear Stencil Treatment Print E-mail
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Written by Chelsey Drysdale   
Wednesday, 16 January 2013 16:20

NanoClear stencil treatment is now reportedly 50% stronger. Reduces frequency of underside cleaning as a result of a reduction in bridging. Treats apertures walls; allows better performance from stencils with low aperture area ratios. Uses self-assembled Monolayers with Phosphonates (SAMPs) that are compatible with common stencil alloys, including stainless steel, electroform, nickel, and e-polished stencils. Monolayers are fewer than 5nm thick and covalently bound to the surface.

Aculon, www.aculon.com

 

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