Latest New Product News from Nordson MARCH
Plasma System suits semiconductor and electronics packaging.Nordson Plasma Systems Group Concord, CA 94520
Sep 03, 2014 Equipped with 5.5 liter plasma chamber, FlexTRAK-S™ supports variable-size form factors including boats, carriers, Jedec/Auer® boats, strips, and laminates. System can be configured for magazine-to-magazine processing of single and multiple strips or lead frames, reel-to-reel, and as standalone for island-based production environments. Offering direct, downstream, and ion-free plasma treatment modes, system features SMART Tune™ Management System for closed-loop plasma control.
Plasma Treatment System processes flexible electronic substrates.Nordson Plasma Systems Group Concord, CA 94520
Jun 06, 2014 FlexVIA-Plus™ delivers single-stage plasma processing, including etchback, desmear, and descum capabilities, for up to 30, 20 x 32 in. panels per cycle. Achieving rate of as much as 200 units/hr for manufacture of flexible electronic PCBs and substrates, system features horizontal electrode design with integrated rack that optimizes material alignment for plasma treatment uniformity. Horizontal racks also allow for processing of various flexible PCB sizes and facilitate loading.
Plasma Treatment System supports circuit board fabrication.Nordson Plasma Systems Group Concord, CA 94520
Apr 29, 2014 Providing 15-cell chamber in 1.7 x 1.7 m footprint, MaxVIA-Plus™ treats HDI, flexible, and rigid panels for desmear, etchback, and landing pad cleaning operations. PCBs are vertically loaded using easy-loading cart, which minimizes idle time. With unique vacuum and gas flow technology, optimized electrode designs, and temperature management, plasma system delivers highly uniform PCB treatment.
Plasma Treatment System handles strip-type electronic components.Nordson Plasma Systems Group Concord, CA 94520
Apr 09, 2014 Designed for plasma treatment prior to die attach, wire bond, mold encapsulation, and underfill, FlexTRAK-CDS™ removes contamination, etches surfaces to improve adhesion, and provides surface activation during electronics manufacturing. Plasma chamber treats up to 10 strips per plasma cycle, and integrated handling system accommodates range of strip sizes. Processing can be done from most types of magazines and carriers.
Self-Contained Vacuum Plasma System treats flex PCB materials.Nordson Plasma Systems Group Concord, CA 94520
Sep 13, 2012 Featuring dual-rack chamber that accommodates up to eighteen 20 x 24 in. panels in one cycle, FlexVIA™ Plasma System treats inner surface layer of flexible PCB prior to lamination for maximum adhesion and reliability. Both sides of flex material surface area are treated in one-step process, enabling rate of 80–120 units per hour. Negating need for temperature control, blower, or fluorine gases, system utilizes gas plasma solutions, such as Ar and O2, and is controlled via touchscreen GUI.
Plasma Treatment System handles 92-138 units/hour.Nordson Plasma Systems Group Concord, CA 94520
Jun 21, 2011 By treating variety of panel sizes and types, MaxVIA(TM) streamlines printed circuit board manufacturing process. System provides optimal uniformity in desmear and etchback applications for high density interconnect, flexible, and rigid circuit board manufacturing. Equipped with expanded plasma chamber, MaxVIA(TM) accommodates large panel sizes up to 24 x 42 in.
Other Company News From Nordson MARCH
Oct 09, 2013
Nordson MARCH Presents New Technical Paper about Overcoming Challenges of Conformal Coating with Plasma Treatment
May 07, 2013
FlexVIA Plasma System from Nordson MARCH Wins Innovation Award for Plasma Surface Treatment of Flexible PCB Materials
Feb 26, 2013
FlexVIA Plasma System from Nordson MARCH Wins New Product Introduction Award for Surface Treatment of Flexible PCB Materials
Nov 14, 2012
Jonathan Doan Joins Nordson MARCH as Director of Marketing
Mar 19, 2012
Nordson MARCH Demonstrates Plasma Technology Expertise at SEMICON China
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