copper-clad laminated composites are constructed of DuPont Kapton polyimide film with copper foil on one or both sides, bonded together with a proprietary C-staged modified acrylic adhesive. All copper clad laminates are available with rolled, annealed copper or electro-deposited copper. In addition, both types are available with double-treated copper (nodules of electro-deposited copper on both sides of the copper foil). Double-treated copper, if used, eliminates surface preparation steps prior to resist or coverlay lamination.
After etching out the copper off, removing the vinyl from the sheet, I want to remove the Kapton polymide film as well. Any suggestions what I can use to remove it?
UPDATE Yes, it is exactly what I want. I know it is going to be fragile, and will have no support.