This equipment is for high-definition exposure and has a mechanism that allows the photo-mask and wafer to be paralleled with great accuracy.
Ultraviolet curing (also known as UV curing) is a photochemical technique that uses high-intensity ultraviolet light to rapidly cure or “dry” inks, coatings, or adhesives.
UV formulations are liquid monomers and oligomers combined with a tiny percentage of photoinitiators and then subjected to UV radiation.
UV treatment delivers a consistent process with quick drying, minimising shrinkage of the original application and resulting in a high gloss, durable coating in seconds.
Curing using chemical coatings does not provide a consistent process because it allows for shrinkage.UV exposure units, often known as UV exposure lights, are devices that emit concentrated amounts of UV (Ultra Violet) light.
UV exposure devices are used to generate PCBs (printed circuit boards) from photosensitive material. They are also used to make hot foil polymer plates and signs.
The Global Wafer UV Exposure System Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
UV EXPOSURE SYSTEM MODEL 365 The revolutionary new design cures UV tapes rapidly and uniformly, has a long life light source, and can handle wafers up to 300 mm in size.
The Model 365 UV exposure system is self-contained and has a modest footprint.THE FEATURES OF THIS EXPOSURE SYSTEM INCLUDE Most UV tapes are cured in 5 seconds, with programmable N2 purge and cure times, touch screen control, self diagnostic (alarms if LED fails, identifies faulty LED module), and a 10,000 hour LED life.
No ozone is produced.Temperature-controlled cooling fansCures 300 mm frames with a large exposure area for simple cleaning SPECIFICATIONS Weight: 55 pounds (25 kg) Dimensions: 21.5″ wide x 31.5″ long x 5.5″ high 85-264 VAC: 3.5 amps: 50/60 Hz 30 psi (2.07BAR) cover gas @ 1.06 CFM or 30 LPM
Some UV radiation is necessary for the body because it encourages vitamin D production. Vitamin D is vital for enhancing calcium and phosphorus absorption from food, as well as for skeletal development, immunological function, and blood cell creation.
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