Micron Laser Technology specializes in PCB laser processing and services for many of the largest international PCB manufacturers and contract assembly. For more than 20 years, MLT has perfected laser processes and techniques that have advanced PCB manufacturers industry-wide.
Our PCB laser processes our customized for both rigid (PCB) and flexible circuit (FPC) applications. Most every possible PCB material stack-up has a laser parameter set or recipe maintained in a material database for quick setup and delivery.
- Microvia (uVia) Drilling
- ZIF Routing
- Squeeze-out Removal
- Window Lead Skiving
- Coverlay Routing
- Soldermask Removal
- Trace Trimming
- Laser Marking & Serialization
- Cavity Formation
- PCB & Component Rework
- Circuit Etching or Pad Formation
- Solderball & Paste Stencils
Micron Laser Technology is experienced with all conventional dielectrics and chemistries used in rigid multilayer PCBs, FPCs, rigid-flex printed circuits, ceramics, and high-frequency materials. These may include Kapton™, polyimide, FR4, Isola, Getek, Nelco, Hitachi, Rogers, Gore, RCC, LCP, ceramics, speedboard, Teflon, Mylar, Duroid, acrylics, Ultralam, PEEK, PTFE, and FEP to name a few.
- Microvia Vision Inspection
- Advanced uVia Diameters Less than 25um
- IPC Standards High Density Interconnect Types
- Via Trax™ Technology for Target Pad Surface Texturing
- Lot/Panel Scale Reporting and Analysis for Drill Optimization
- Large Via Process Technology that Inhibits Target Pad Delamination
- Alignment and Scale Methodologies for Minimal Annular Ring Requirements
Multiple CAD tools and custom file converters enable PCB laser programming from customer-provided data. Most laser drilling, routing, and skiving applications can be generated by DXF, DWG, Gerbers, and Excellon drill file formats. In most cases, non-scaled data is required as MLT will make the appropriate scaling or offsets to meet part dimensions.
If concerned about compatibility of your data format or CAD/CAM tool, please contact MLT Sales for more information. For more CAM/CAD guidelines and detailed requirements, click CAD Requirements.