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6/7/2004

Coating Measurement

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The brochure feature sthe CM95, a battery operated handheld gage for measuring copper foil thickness on printed circuit board substrate materials from 1/8-4 oz/ sq ft.

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The brochure feature sthe CM95, a battery operated handheld gage for measuring copper foil thickness on printed circuit board substrate materials from 1/8-4 oz/ sq ft. The product is facotyr calibrated and requires no stnadards. It is designed to be easy-to-use, simply touching the soft touch probe to the copper surface and note the thickness indication. Brochure includes specifications of product, including dimensions, weight, battery info and ranges.

 

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