Green is the most widely used color in the PCB industry, accounting for about 90% of the circuit board market. In addition to green circuit boards, black, red, blue, white, yellow, and purple are also very common colors. The "Sakura Pink PCB" launched by Victory PCB is a major innovation in the PCB industry, providing a richer choice for more electronic technology enthusiasts and meeting the expectations and requirements of a small number of people for colors. After the product was launched, it was loved by some customers.
Innovation and development is an important concept of Victory PCB's long-term and stable operation of the enterprise. Victory PCB will lead the industry progress with a forward-looking vision. This new "Sakura Pink PCB" will also create a new trend in the PCB industry. In addition to the difference in color, Sakura Pink, like other inks, supports conventional and special processes, such as custom lamination structures, support for impedance matching, square grooves, etc.
Photoimageable Solder Resist Ink uses UV light curing, and after screen printing, it needs to be exposed and developed after pre-baking. Generally used in the production of various PCB hard boards, flexible boards with precision pads on the circuit board in addition to dry film will also use photoresist type solder resist ink. The thermosetting ink is baked directly after printing. The common ones are mobile phone antenna board ink and white solder mask ink for light strip board. For UV ink, the most common is UV green oil, is generally used in circuit boards with low requirements or in the automatic production of circuit boards with large output. Compared with UV ink, photosensitive ink and thermosetting ink, photosensitive ink has higher requirements, followed by thermosetting ink, and then UV ink. Generally speaking, the adhesion of UV ink will be worse, and the precision of photosensitive ink will be higher.