DEVSTAR is a modular series of Polypropylene and Stainless Steel ranges for developing alkaline dry-films and liquid photosensitive imaging film used in the manufacture of printed circuit boards.
The basic machine includes an entry conveyor, two developing and three rinsing chambers: the modular design offers the possibility of adding various developing, rinsing or acid rinse modules to meet more complex production requirements.
Drying modules of different configurations are available to meet all production requirements.
This series is available to accommodate panel widths of 650 (25,5”) and 760mm (30”).
Devstar series can process panel from 0,5 to 5 mm (.020” to .200”) thickness as a standard, but can easily works with boards down to 0,05 mm. (.002”) using the Thin Material System or up to 12,7 mm. (.500”) with the Thick Board Option.
Dev-Ultraflex series is suitable to process panel from 0,025 core to 7 mm (.001” to .270”) thickness. This special version is dedicated to FPC production. This New Concept machines have been especially designed to satisfy the actual requirements for advanced high machine performance features at lower production costs. Read more in Ultraflex section.
The upper spray pipes can be removed from the top and lower spray pipes can be easily removed from the side of the machine and exact repositioned after cleaning and maintenance operations.
The new design allows to install all the instruments like pressure gauges, flowmeter, ph or conductivity meter in full view of the operator.
All the pumps are located opposite the operator side with extremely easy access for maintenance purposes as well as the filter housings to facilitate the removal of the cartridges.
The electrical console with PLC and touch screen display interface operator, allows for Preheating timer, Cascading start of all pumps activated by input sensor and minimum-maximum temperature control with alarms.
Automatic spraying pressure regulation, solution make-up devices, Data log system can be implemented as options with Devstar series for many different process of the fabrication of printed circuits.