Published 02-07-2019

SOLDER PASTE STENCILS ENABLE PRECISION ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY

22-08-2018

As electronic devices become smaller and smaller, the performance of the solder paste stencil becomes key to maintaining consistent high quality and reducing rework on surface-mount electronics assembly lines.

Mastercut has 25 years experience in stencil manufacture and supply, and now offers fine grain shims made from Datum Tension alloy. This revolutionary fine-grain material enables the production of stencils with greatly improved paste release compared with conventional 304 stainless-steel shims.

The shims are processed using German LPKF laser cutting technology for a consistently high quality cut, producing a stencil of unsurpassed quality and accuracy.

Customers can choose between framed, quick-plate or shim-only options, compatible with reusable framing systems including DEK and Zelflex.

Australian made Mastercut laser-cut stencils maximise return by reducing printing errors, rework and rejects. And data modifications are allowed as required.

Mastercut Technologies
07 5576 1900
www.mastercut.com.au

 

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