PCB and CCL lamination aid

PCB and CCL lamination aid

Stable operating performance: Perfectly withstands the lamination process
Superior release properties to keep laminates and metal plate surface clean
Easy handling thanks to its anti-static ability
Eco-friendly fiber-based solution, biodegradable and compostable
PCB and CCL lamination aid
OptiLayup™ is an environmentally-friendly and cost effective alternative to standard plastic release films used as lamination processing aids.

OptiLayup™ is an environmentally-friendly and cost effective alternative to standard plastic release films used as lamination processing aids.
As it is made of Genuine Vegetable Parchment; our unique cellulose composite; this new generation of release materials performs to protect lamination tools and offers exceptional anti-static properties for easy handling.

 

Find out more about the Genuine Vegetable Parchment technology here

Thanks to its stable operating performance, OptiLayup™ protects the press tools and increases performance in the massive lamination process for multilayer Rigid PCB (Printed Circuit Board) and CCL (Copper Clad Laminate) production.

Versatile usage

Our release product can be used on both side of the cushion press pad to avoid it sticking to the plates and consequently preventing any fiber cross contamination as well as an extensive and labor-intensive plate cleaning .

It can also be used between separator plates and substrates to protect the plates of resin squeeze-out and to preserve substrate integrity.

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See OptiLayup™ in action

 

 

Main benefits of this smart, cellulose-based technology

  • Stable operating performance: Validated at 210°C/410°F, 275 PSI, 3 hours in a vacuum press
  • Superior release: 4x better than PET films
  • Eco friendly: 100% cellulose, from renewable resources, biodegradable & compostable
  • Competitive total cost of ownership
  • Easy handling: lower static
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