Take a quick glance at the DPP process.
You’ll never look at traditional methods again.
Let’s get down to basics. Once you get the big idea with Dry Phase Patterning, it’s easy to see the countless possibilities. First, let us explain what our process ISN’T. DPP isn’t chemically based and environmentally hazardous. It isn’t time-consuming. And it isn’t a process where you must depend on several subcontractors to realize your ideas.
Instead, DPP is a revolutionary, fast, flexible and environmentally friendly method of producing conducting structures on flexible materials, such as metals, paper, plastic or fabric.
To put it short, our process works by use of a cliché that presses out your desired pattern on a material, or “web”, consisting of a top layer and an underlying laminate. A milling wheel then mechanically removes the protruding pattern from the top layer (the pattern layer), while the bottom layer laminate remains untouched. This leaves a conductive pattern on the laminate. Of course, our technology can also be used for non-electronic/non-conductive applications. And with DPP, you have the freedom to use moisture and heat sensitive materials that are impossible to use in chemical etching.