Reduction of Substrate Thermal Damage Using Pulsed UV LED Curing Systems

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Author: Roy Kayser
Friday, August 22, 2014
Excelitas Technologies Corp.

UV LED curing systems deliver narrow bandwidth, high intensity UV light for low heat, rapid curing of optically-activated materials. Although LED curing systems do not deliver unwanted IR or visible light, some UV-absorbing substrates may still experience heating damage. This white paper demonstrates a novel method to reduce heat damage in UV-absorbing substrates by driving UV LED systems to deliver short, high-intensity pulses of light, resulting in higher throughput with increased yields.

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