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June 22nd, 2007

Ormecon to introduce nanotechnology-based Surface finish processes

Abstract:
Germany based supplier of immersion tin PCB surface finishes Ormecon International has introduced a new nanotechnology-based Surface finish processes.

Based upon Ormecon's proprietary Organic Nanometal technology, this surface finish is only 50 nanometres thin, but is said to perform at least as well as conventional metallic finishes.

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