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September, 2021


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MINNEAPOLIS, MN — Cy- berOptics® Corporation is now offering its WX3000™ metrology and inspection system with MRS™ sensor technology, as well as high-precision sensors for semiconductor tool set up and di- agnostics. Recently, the company recently presented a real-time sensor for measuring plating cell contact resistance. CyberOptics has also demon- strated high-precision sensors


ACL Intros Conductive Trays for ESD Protection


CHICAGO, IL — ACL Staticide has introduced conductive trays to its static control product line. ACL Staticide conductive trays provide ESD protection for static-sensitive electronic components during handling and transportation. Stackable and durable, ACL’s con- ductive trays have excellent abra- sion resistance and can withstand chemical damage.


that process and equipment engi- neers use in the front-end of the fab to speed equipment qualifica- tion, shorten equipment mainte- nance cycles, lower equipment ex- penses and optimize preventive maintenance plans. The WaferSense® Auto Re-


sistance Sensor™ (ARS™) en- ables real-time resistance meas- urements of plating cell contacts in semiconductor electrochemical deposition (ECD) applications. The company is also offering


its 3µ NanoResolution Multi-Re- flection Suppression™ (MRS™) sensor integrated into CyberOp-


WaferSense Auto Resistance Sensor.


tics’ WX3000 system that pro- vides sub-micrometer accuracy on features as small as 25µ. While retaining its ability to reject spurious multiple reflec-


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tions, it adds the ability to cap- ture and analyze specular reflec- tions from shiny surfaces of sol- der balls, bumps and pillars, al- lowing highly accurate inspec- tion and 3D metrology of these critical packaging features. Fast, complete 3D/2D inspection and bump metrology can be conduct- ed with throughput greater than 25 wafers (300 mm) per hour. Contact: CyberOptics, Corp.,


5900 Golden Hills Drive, Minneapolis, MN 55416 % 952-820-5837 E-mail: cfuranna@cyberoptics.com Web: www.cyberoptics.com


Conductive trays for ESD protected areas.


Made from fiberglass poly -


propylene with conductive addi- tives, these trays will not outgas or lose electrical properties even after washing and are made in the U.S. Trays are suitable for companies following EOS/ESD S20.20 as the resistance is less than 10e6W RTT, RTG, and VolR when tested to ANSI/ESD STM11.11. ACL Staticide has been a


trusted supplier to electronics manufacturers for 50 years with products for the automotive, avionics, medical device, plastics and telecommunications indus- tries. Recognized for quality and performance, ACL Staticide is a worldwide leader in static control, contamination control and chemi- cals for PCB rework and repair. Contact: ACL Staticide, 840


West 49th Place, Chicago, IL % 847-981-9212 E-mail: info@aclstaticide.com Web: www.aclstaticide.com


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