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June, 2019


Philips Photonics Selects ClassOne’s Wafer Cleaning System


Kalispell, MT — Semiconductor equipment manufacturer ClassOne Technology has sold a Solstice® S4 system to Philips Photonics, a provider of vertical-cavity surface- emitting laser (VCSEL) devices. The new ClassOne equipment will be in- stalled at the Philips facility in Ulm, Germany. The Solstice family of wet-pro-


cessing tools includes the four-cham- ber Solstice S4 and the eight-cham- ber Solstice S8, for 75 wph, automat- ed wet-processing production, as well as the two-chamber Solstice LT for


semi-automated process develop- ment. The platform was specifically designed for 7.9 in. (20 cm) and smaller wafers, which are used in compound semiconductor and many emerging technologies. With its special Plating-Plus


Solstice S4 wafer cleaning system.


multi-processing capability, Solstice is able to reduce the number of differ- ent tools that many users need to purchase. Solstice equipment is also known for being priced significantly lower than similarly configured sys- tems. With 20 years of history in VCSEL technology, Philips Photon-


NIKON X-RAY Revolutionizing Electronics Inspection


• Nikon proprietary x-ray source with unlimited life cycle


• Advanced semi-sphere imaging range: 81° oblique viewing on any 360° rotational angle over entire tray surface


• Up to 3600x of geometric (non-digital) magnification • High-Grade Amorphous-Silicon Digital Detector with true 16-bit Analog to Digital Converter


• Largest field-of-view detector in the industry (10” x 8”)


• 3D CT and 3D Laminography reconstruction


• Available in 130 kV and 160 kV 3D measurement analysis including inspection of obstructed BGAs


ics produces VCSEL-based solutions for data communications, consumer and industrial applications, such as security, surveillance, night vision


and a range of sensing devices. Contact: ClassOne Technology,


109 Cooperative Way, Kalispell, MT 59901 % 1-678-772-9086 E-mail: pr@classone.com Web: www.classone.com


Ecoclean Develops Cleaning Solutions


Southfield, MI — Coating, adhesive bonding, sealing, and painting are manufacturing operations that re- quire very clean, and sometimes acti- vated, part surfaces. Ecoclean has de- veloped a new set of cleaning solu- tions for these types of applications. One of them combines wet chemical and low-pressure plasma cleaning in a single machine. Another integrates diverse applications for partial or full- surface cleaning or activation, such as atmospheric pressure plasma treat-


ment, laser, CO2 snow blasting or sur- face inspection, in one machine. In automotive manufacturing


and related supplier industries, me- chanical engineering, aerospace ap- plications, precision and micro-me- chanics, medical and optical systems, electronics, and other fields of indus- try, component parts are subjected to cleaning in order to prevent quality problems in downstream processes and to ensure flawless product per- formance. For workpieces made of steel,


aluminum, glass, ceramics and some other materials that are cleaned in batch processes, Ecoclean has devel- oped a combination cleaning tech- nique merging wet chemical cleaning with a subsequent plasma cleaning step. To this end, a low-pressure plas- ma cleaning operation is integrated into the wet chemical cleaning line. Cleaning is initially performed


by a solvent-based wet process, fol- lowed by vacuum drying of all work- pieces. The work chamber is then rinsed and its internal pressure is re- duced to less than 1 mbar. Then the process gas is introduced and the plasma is ignited. Due to excitation by the process gas, a plasma of high- energy ions, free electrons and other reactive particles is formed in the vacuum. Contaminants on the part sur-


face, such as grease or oil residue, are chemically attacked and trans- formed into volatile compounds. At the same time, the plasma’s UV radi- ation exercises a cleaning effect by breaking down long-chain hydrocar- bons. The gaseous decomposition products of the plasma treatment are extracted from the work chamber by


suction. Contact: Ecoclean, Inc., 26801


www.nikonmetrology.com sales.nm-us@nikon.com See at ATX/MD&M East, Booth 639


1 (800) 552-6648


Northwestern Highway, Southfield, MI 48033 % 248-450-2000 E-mail: info@ecoclean-group.net Web: https://ecoclean-group.us


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