NEWS 22 October 2021

Extending ADAT2 equipment lifetime

ITEC’s ADAT2 (Automatic Die ATtach) systems, developed in the 1990s, are still operational in various production sites. An upgrade enabling them to handle 200-mm wafers would extend their economic lifetime...

Julie van Stiphout - Sassen

ITEC’s ADAT2 (Automatic Die ATtach) systems, developed in the 1990s, are still operational in various production sites. An upgrade enabling them to handle 200-mm wafers would extend their economic lifetime even further. To this end, the design of an intermediate rotary stage was investigated, as described in this Mikroniek article. (Image courtesy of ITEC, TU/e)


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