This definition appears somewhat frequently
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of DFR
Samples in periodicals archive:
We're one of the world's largest manufacturers of precision-coated products for numerous imaging and applications and have 50 years experience in manufacturing products for the electronics industry, including artwork protect films, dry film resist, phototool film and other electronic films and laminates.
Asahi Kasei E-materials holds dominant market share for materials such as photo sensitive polyimide "Pimel(TM)", ultra thin glass fablic, epoxy latent curing agent "Novacure(TM)", photosensitive dry film resist "Sunfort(TM)", photo mask anti dust film "Pellicles(TM)" and separator membrane for lithium-ion rechargeable batteries "Hipore(TM)".
The dry film lamination process is designed to enhance uniform contact between the dry film resist and the surface of the PCB laminate material.
These include digital imaging substrates and such specialized materials as dry film resist, battery elements and medical components.
Deep scratches on a phototool prevent light from transmitting properly to the dry film resist or LPI ink on the board.
We have been a supplier to this industry for over 40 years, and have pioneered leading edge technology, such as dry film resists, innovative thick film compositions and flexible circuit substrates, drawing from the company's core technology strengths in polymers, coatings, fine particle dispersions and imaging science.
c) Photo-sensitive film: Technically referred to as a photosensitive dry film resist, this uses a photographic exposure or imaging process to create holes in a mask pattern.
Electronics operations are expanding worldwide, with a broad range of leading-edge products including analog-digital mixed signal LSIs based on world-leading analog CMOS technology, Hall sensors, dry film resist for printed circuit boards, and photosensitive polyimide for semiconductor buffer coating.