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RegiStarTM new laser imageable technologies

Rohm & Haas Co : 09 March, 2005  (New Product)
Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials today announced the release of its new RegiStar Laser-imageable Technologies product line for use with laser projection systems. This proprietary material, offered exclusively by Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, is an alternative to conventional tooling methods and offers significant manufacturing flexibility to the advanced composites, marine and aerospace industries. The material is currently available as a tape format in 150-foot rolls of various widths.
Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials today announced the release of its new RegiStar Laser-imageable Technologies product line for use with laser projection systems. This proprietary material, offered exclusively by Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, is an alternative to conventional tooling methods and offers significant manufacturing flexibility to the advanced composites, marine and aerospace industries. The material is currently available as a tape format in 150-foot rolls of various widths.

Computer Aided Design data can be utilized with laser projection systems to mark directly onto the RegiStar material recording a lasting contrast image visible on production parts throughout the fabrication process. This capability allows users to easily implement design changes on-the-fly.

The versatility of this material also enables fabricators to cut costs through the elimination of costly hard tools, and reduced labor. Production processes are streamlined by allowing parts to continue moving with the tooled image recorded onto the RegiStar material. Fabricators can be confident that Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials draws upon a rich heritage of lithographic precision in the semiconductor and printed circuit industries.

'Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials is pleased to deliver this breakthrough process solution to increase operational flexibility and efficiency', said Robert Ferguson, General Manager of Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials' Circuit Board Technologies North American Region. 'Our extensive expertise in formulating chemical technologies in litho graphics enabled development of this unique material. We anticipate wide acceptance of this product and expect our customers to benefit from significant savings.
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