24 Apr '17, 7pm

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Highly accurate depth of field (DOF) optics: Imaging fine line features on flex materials where a surface is not always flat and for surface height variations of 100 µm to 300 µm. LDI with Large Scale Optics (LSO) technology provides depth of focus of over 300 µm ensuring optimal line quality and uniformity on any flex surface. Other less accurate imaging optics architectures that have DOF of below 100 µm result in low line quality and lack of uniformity, impacting yield. Distortion Compensation: Polyimide flex material is deformed and stretched during production. To compensate for this deformation, each individual flex sheet is measured and then imaged with a compensated corrected image, ensuring accurate alignment of the pattern with the drilled vias. Only a digital direct imaging solution with high registration accuracy can modify and correct the pattern image per each ...

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