v. t.1.To engrave, or make an engraving of, by any photomechanical process involving etching of the plate.
[imp. & p. p. Photo-etched ; p. pr. & vb. n. Photo-etching.]
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Since flexible circuits are produced using a photo-etch process, the manufacturer must use a foil that the chemical etchants will attack.
Ideal for electronics assembly work, home repairs, crafters, and hobbyists, the Xuron Model 440 High Precision Scissor ($19.25) is suitable for cutting soft sheet metal up to 0.1 mm thick, embroidery floss, foils, paper, photo-etch parts, and splitting cable jacketing.
These and more complex reticles can also be photo-etched with .0007 metal foil.
Precision Micro, Europe's supplier of photo-etched components, is now certified to ISO 13485--the internationally recognized quality management system for medical device manufacturers.
(Archer also creates sterling silver and bronze jewelry along similar lines, incorporating photo-etched maps into the pieces.)
Caption: Barbara Bloom, Vanity, 2017, vanity mirror and lighting, mirrored vanity table, photo-etched vanity mirror, digital ink-jet print, movie scripts.
I photo-etched these transparencies onto light-sensitive photopolymer plates--fittingly, a medium where graphics become entrapped within an acrylic matrix through a process involving exposure to UV light.
As part of this continued investment, new machine tools will be acquired to keep pace with increased demand as well as expanding the range of photo-etched screens and Hi-Bar Safety Screens which are machined from solid materials.
The steel mold insert is photo-etched. For details of mold insert fabrication, see Ref.
In full view of the driver, is the clock at the centre of the fascia, the background of the instrument panel dials are manufactured from pressed metal and there are inscriptions which are photo-etched and back-lit.
The company specialized in this process, which uses a thick silicone pad to transfer the image to be printed from a photo-etched pad printing plate to the surface of the product or part to be decorated.
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