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Preparing solder resist inks based on hyperbranched polyester

Thursday, 29 January 2015

Two novel solder resist inks containing hyperbranched epoxy resin (HBPE) for thermal curing and hyperbranched epoxy acrylate resin (HBPEA) for UV-curing were introduced in a research work.

Different generations of HBPE and HBPEA were synthesised and their chemical structures were determined by FT-IR. Source: Tim Friedrich/Fotolia

Different generations of HBPE and HBPEA were synthesised and their chemical structures were determined by FT-IR. Source: Tim Friedrich/Fotolia

Different generations of HBPE and HBPEA were synthesised and their chemical structures were determined by FT-IR. Both curing reactions were monitored under differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and photo-DSC.

Cured resins were more stable than linear resin

For HBPE, the curing temperature of 7th generation was only 91°C and for HBPEA, the curing duration of 7th generation was under 10 s. The thermal stabilities of cured resins were much more stable than linear resin, as the decomposition temperatures of HBPE and HBPEA were both over 400°C. The ink containing HBPE or HBPEA jetted by piezoelectric printer showed excellent accuracy and consistency of linewidth and the morphologies of cured pattern were observed through a stereo microscope. Other performances of solder masks were tested under China Printed Circuit Association (CPCA) standard (CPCA/JPCA 4306-2011), which satisfy all requirements of printed circuit board soldering procedure.

The study is published in: Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Volume 132, Issue 15, April 15, 2015.

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