Deposition mask techniques are used in a wide range of vacuum-chamber evaporation and sputtering processes to fabricate both simple and complex micro-engineered electronic components and products. They are increasingly being used to deposit inks onto substrates during the manufacture of flat panel displays.
- Burr and stress-free
- Ultra-sharp edge profiles
- Rapid turnaround, low cost photo tooling
- Precision finishing available for durability/improved cleaning
- Single and multi-level sets available
Tecan's manufacturing technologies provide accuracy and durability advantages over conventional mask manufacturing techniques.
Burr-free aperture edges and controllable draft angles enable improved deposition performance.
Finished masks, produced in stainless steel and nickel with optional gold-plating, typically withstand post-deposition cleaning for up to 10 times longer than conventional masks.
Single masks, multi-mask sets and frame systems are all available dependent on the application. Multi-level masks can be produced with 'stepped' recesses, limiting the need for spacer sheets in multiple-sheet sets.
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|Feature sizes||Down to +/-2 micron available*|
|Tolerances||Sub micron tolerances possible*|
|Alignment accuracy||Sub micron possible*|
|Pitch||4 micron possible*|
|Materials||Stainless steel, hard or soft nickel|
|Frames||Available on request, contact us for details.|
|For plating and finishing options click here|
|*dependent on application and manufacturing technology used|