Project Description: 

Previous methods to produce microvias are based on complex technologies such as laser, plasma or photo imaging. Chemical Via is a new chemical method to make microvias for high density printed multilayer circuits. Microvias are used to interconnect adjacent layers and consist of a small diameter hole (usually 70µm) with a thin metallic deposit covering their cylindrical walls to ensure the local conductivity between the bottom and top layers. Microvias of any shapes and dimensions are made possible at a low production costs. The technology was used by CERN PCB manufacturing workshop for the production of PCboards for HEP needs.


Some projects using this technology: 
  • Camstech: Electrochemical Sensors for Water Pollution Measurement
    The start-up Camstech Ltd joined the STFC-CERN Business Incubation Centre in 2016.

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