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Machines of this series bond aluminum or gold wires, ranging from 0.0007 to 0.0020 inches in diameter, by the wedge-wedge technique. Ultrasonic energy is used to attach aluminum wire at room temperature, while adding work piece heat is used for attaching gold wire. Wire-bonding is often one of the last steps in the device fabrication process.
Machines of this series bond aluminum or gold wires, ranging from 0.0007 to 0.0020 inches in diameter, by the wedge-wedge technique. Ultrasonic energy is used to attach aluminum wire at room temperature, while adding work piece heat is used for attaching gold wire. Wire-bonding is often one of the last steps in the device fabrication process.
===== Applications =====
===== Applications =====
* Bonding aluminum wire to a metal bond pad
* Bonding aluminum wire to a metal bond pads


== Resources ==
== Resources ==

Revision as of 17:16, 8 April 2022

Wire Bonder
Wedge-Wedge-Wire-Bonder Westbond-7476D-79.jpg
Instrument Type Support Tools,
Device Processing
Techniques Wire Bonding
Staff Manager Bert Mendoza
Staff Email bertm@caltech.edu
Staff Phone 626-395-4075
Reserve time on LabRunr
Request training by email
Sign up for WestBond Wire Bonder email list
Lab Location B233 Steele
Lab Phone 626-395-5429
Manufacturer WestBond
Model 7476D-79

Description

Machines of this series bond aluminum or gold wires, ranging from 0.0007 to 0.0020 inches in diameter, by the wedge-wedge technique. Ultrasonic energy is used to attach aluminum wire at room temperature, while adding work piece heat is used for attaching gold wire. Wire-bonding is often one of the last steps in the device fabrication process.

Applications
  • Bonding aluminum wire to a metal bond pads

Resources

SOPs & Troubleshooting
Manufacturer Manuals

Specifications

Manufacturer Specifications