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Laser Direct Imaging SystemThe X3000 Laser Direct Imaging (LDI) system from Limata GmbH accurately images ultra-large, flexible, and endless PCB panels for dry-film patterning and solder mask imaging in PCB production.

An integrated auto-calibration system provides accuracy, and high registration quality with linear and nonlinear transformations are automatically applied in response to any distortion that it detects. In addition to PCB production, its accuracy makes the machine suited for applications such as chemical milling and industrial etching. X3000 machine configurations are available with two, three, or four laser heads, providing a capacity of up to 24 UV lasers in total. A high-resolution option provides an adjustable laser spot size for advanced HDI production, reliably handling dams and spaces down to 50 μm.

Large PCBs support a range of growing applications such as LED displays, 5G communications, aerospace and electric vehicle electronics.

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2021
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