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Limata Presents X1000 for Imaging Designed PCB Production

Limata’s X1000, a flexible cost-efficient system platform for dry-film patterning and solder mask imaging designed for PCB manufacturers with quick turnaround production configurations.

LIMATAThe X1000 can be configured as an affordable entry-level solution that provides PCB manufacturers with a modular and scalable system platform that can be quickly upgraded in-place within just a few hours.

Manufacturers can thus start with a low-cost single-head machine and, as their volumes increase, seamlessly ramp up capacity to up to 3 heads with 18 simultaneously working laser diode sources.

The high-end model, the X1000HR achieves a resolution of 8 µm line and 12 µm space that meets the stringent demands of IC substrate and MSAP process production and makes fine line printing affordable for small series production.


Accuracy and reliability are key in high-precision PCB fabrication. A change in position or room climate can easily affect the accuracy of critical components, for example the power of the laser or position of the laser beams, and thus necessitate re-calibration and downtime. To address this issue, Limata has developed an integrated auto-calibration system that eliminates manual adjustments and resulting production downtimes.

“With the X1000, we provide QTA PCB manufacturers easy and affordable access to the benefits of LUVIR,” said Matthias Nagel, CTO of Limata. “These benefits include unmatched speed, high resolution and profitability in high-mix production runs.”

The X1000 has the industry-wide smallest operational footprint enabling it to neatly fit into clean rooms and runs efficiently on single-phase power, making it a very compact, power-efficient unit.


Nitisha Dubey

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