Dry thick film resist materials are now commercially available in the U.S. for the Semiconductor, MEMS, Microfluidics and other markets
Sudbury, Massachusetts September 18th, 2017 —DJ MicroLaminates, Inc., a leading developer and marketer of thick dry film resist materials, announced today that its SUEX and ADEX products are now commercially available in North America through an exclusive distributor. With high resolution, high aspect ratios, and excellent uniformity characteristics, these easy to apply materials are well-suited for a range of applications in the fields of semiconductors and wafer-level packaging processes, electronic components, MEMs and BioMEMS, microfluidics structures, consumer, and medical devices and displays.
DJ MicroLaminates has partnered with Integrated Micro Materials (IMM) to provide sales, marketing, technical support, and distribution in North America. Headquartered in Argyle, Texas, IMM is a recognized leader in the sales and marketing of advanced materials, and specifically photoresist throughout the North American market. The company also has exceptionally strong capabilities in direct marketing to corporate research and development groups, and universities.
“I am very excited about this new partnership. Brad Williams’ team at IMM is an elite group of lithography and logistics experts and we look forward to working with them to grow our presence in the North American market,” said Don Johnson, President and Founder of DJ MicroLaminates.
DJ MicroLaminates makes innovative photoimagable epoxy sheets that are pre-cut to wafer or substrate dimensions and available in thicknesses ranging 5 microns to 1mm. Thinner films are offered in roll format as well. The films are quickly laminated to substrate surfaces and are ready to use within minutes.
DJ MicroLaminates’ dry film resist sheets and rolls have no edge bead, no mess or waste from spin coating, and excellent thickness uniformity. Using low cost lamination equipment, these films apply quickly and do not require the long dry times typical of liquid photoimagable materials. Additionally, dry films avoid solvent and other chemical gradients in the film and provide for a “greener” solvent and antimony free manufacturing process.
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About DJ MicroLaminates, Inc.
Headquartered in Sudbury, Mass., DJ MicroLaminates develops and markets innovative dry film photoresist materials for customers worldwide in the semiconductor, MEMS and BioMEMS, microparts, microfluidics structures, consumer, and medical device and display markets. With ready-to-use sheets and advanced properties, DJ MicroLaminates’ products make it easier and faster for customers to meet their advanced materials application requirements.
About Integrated Micro Materials (IMM)
Integrated Micro Materials provides semiconductor process materials, process consulting, and chemical warehousing services via its headquarters in Argyle, Texas, as well as through a nationwide warehouse network.
“At IMM we strive to represent manufacturers who bring high value, differentiated products to the micro-manufacturing industry and these innovative DJ MicroLaminates films represent a complimentary and strategic addition to our product portfolio”, said Brad Williams, IMM’s General Manager.
DJ MicroLaminates, Inc.
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