He also stated, "This expansion will allow Lescoa to provide reflector electroforms to a wide range of customers throughout the industry.
Reflector electroforms are used in the plastic injection molding process to produce the diamond-like effect seen in automotive tail light and signal lenses, as well as a variety of other reflectors.
com/AMTX for more information about the AMTX E-FAB Electroform stencil.
Photo Stencil's technology includes the patented AMTX E-FAB(R) electroform stencils, the new high-performance proprietary NicAlloy(TM) stencil, laser-cut stencils and chem-etch stencils.
Headquartered in Colorado Springs, Photo Stencil was founded in 1979 and currently holds many patents and trademarks, as well licensed rights from Xerox for the AMTX E-FAB electroform stencil technology patent.
According to Harry Williams, vice president and general manager of Xerox Corporation's Intellectual Property Organization, "Photo Stencil is the only Xerox-authorized stencil manufacturer to use the AMTX Electroform stencil technology, licensed under U.
The study, performed by Heraeus, proves that the AMTX E-FAB Electroform stencil, Photo Stencil's flagship product, produces significantly better print performance than an Electroform Nickel foil that has its apertures formed by laser-cutting.
Bill Coleman, vice president of technology at Photo Stencil, and Mike Burgess, the company's stencil product manager, authored the accompanying paper, "Stencil Performance Comparison / AMTX E-FAB Electroform vs.
Photo Stencil's technology includes the patented AMTX electroform
stencils, laser-cut stencils and chem-etch stencils.