Product News: Machinery & Machining Tools
Thermal Slide Debonder works with semiconductor substrates.
Press Release Summary:
October 30, 2012 - Offering computerized process control, CeeÂ® 1300CSX enables high-temperature slide-off of thinned compound semiconductor substrates in R/D or low-volume production environment. Debonder is designed for maximum accuracy and process flexibility and offers several interface capabilities as well as precision lower platen z-position control and programmable electronic lift pins. Additional features include constant force mode, data logging, and excess force sensing.
Original Press Release
Brewer Science New-Generation Debonder for High-Temperature Slide-off of Thinned Compound Semiconductor Substrates
Press release date: October 23, 2012
"The Cee® 1300CSX debonder is designed to meet the challenges of handling thinned compound semiconductor substrates,” said Wayne Farrar, Director of the Equipment Business Group at Brewer Science. “We have separated many types of exotic wafers thinned to a thickness of less than 50 µm with excellent results.”
Significant improvements were engineered into the new Cee® 1300CSX debonder design to include these benefits:
• Precision lower platen z-position control
• Programmable electronic lift pins (loading/unloading)
• Compact footprint
• Flexible substrate sizes
• Constant force mode
• Data logging
• Excess force sensing
Along with the Brewer Science® Cee® 1300CSX thermal debonder, the company provides a unique combination of industry-leading equipment, high-temperature temporary bonding material processing capability, and process integration to deliver a seamless thin-wafer-handling solution.
About Brewer Science
Established in 1981, Brewer Science is a global leader in developing and manufacturing specialty materials, integrated processes, and laboratory-scale wafer processing equipment for reliable fabrication of semiconductors, compound semiconductors, advanced microelectronic packaging and 3-D ICs, MEMS, sensors, displays, LEDs, and printed electronics. These integrated microdevices are used in electronics such as tablet computers, smart phones, digital cameras, flat-panel monitors and TVs, and LED lighting.
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For additional information, contact:
Justin Furse, Technology Strategist
+1 573 364-0444, ext. 1458