Laser Bar Bonding
Semiconductor Laser diode bars are high power products, used in places where small and efficient emitting light sources are needed. Primarily, these Lasers are being used as pumping sources for optical resonators of solid state Lasers or gas Lasers.
The packaging of opto-electronic units is one of the key applications of Micro Assembly. Highly dense packaged multiplex transmitters, receivers and combined assemblies are...
Eutectic Gold/Tin (Au/Sn) is a hard solder alloy often used to bond demanding microelectronic and optoelectronic devices. They are available in different forms, such as pre-forms, solder paste or ribbons.
Thermocompression bonding is a quick and easy method to reliably connect flip-chips. As the name suggests, this connecting method relies on force and temperature.
Focal Plane Array / IR Sensor Assembly
A Focal Plane Array (FPA) is a sensor with a two-dimensional detector pixel matrix, i.e. for infra-red light or X-rays, positioned in the focal plane of an optical system.
RFID chips (Radio Frequency Identification) are increasingly used in industrial and consumer products. They come in sizes from several millimeters down to a few microns, with very thin and flexible substrates prone to thermal stress.
Bonding with Anisotropic Adhesive
In modern displays, Flex-on-glass and Chip-on-Glass are preferred bonding technologies. This goes along with using anisotropic conductive foils or pastes which have a fundamentally different functional principle compared to common adhesives or solder materials.
Ultrasonic / thermosonic bonding is a process primarily used for bond wires but also for flip chip bonding. Ultrasonic allows to generate a mechanically and electrically stable connection.