AMICRA to provide precision die attach system to Fabrinet in Silicon Valley

AMICRA Microtechnologies, a German-based vendor of advanced back-end assembly processing equipment for advanced packaging applications, has received an order for the AFC Plus System from Fabrinet West. The equipment will be installed in Fabrinet’s optical packaging service facility in Santa Clara, California. AMICRA and Fabrinet have agreed to establish a partnership agreement whereby both companies will work together to provide customers with best support for application and process development activities.

“For AMICRA, this is a strategic partnership to support our existing installed base and to support our rapidly growing USA market,” states AMICRA managing director, Dr. Johann Weinhaendler, on the latest purchase order.

The AFC Plus will provide Fabrinet with the die attach capability to maintain its leadership role in the Opto/Photonic contract manufacturing market, while providing sample build capability for AMICRA’s customers in the USA. The AFC Plus has the flexibility to process most advanced packages especially for in-situ eutectic bonding requiring 0.5µm placement accuracy.  The AFC Plus system which will be delivered in Q3/2016 and supports die placement accuracies down to ±0.5μm @ 3σ for both eutectic and epoxy bonding with cycle times down to 20 to 30 seconds/bond or 180 to 120 UPH making it well suited for processing VCSEL/AOC, Silicon Photonic, Laser Bar and MEMS components.

“Fabrinet is bringing its advanced optical packaging capabilities to Silicon Valley, where a large fraction of our customers are based. AMICRA’s AFC Plus die attach platform sets the industry standard for accuracy, throughput, and robustness. Along with many other capabilities, such as active optical alignment, wire bond, epoxy underfill, laser dicing, and various metrology tools, Fabrinet is planning to offer its customers process/product development services starting in August 2016” states Dr. Hong Hou, Fabrinet’s Executive Vice President and Chief Technical Officer. “The partnership with AMICRA allows Fabrinet to offer the best in class technical support to customers brought by both companies.”

The AMICRA die bonding product line also includes the NOVA Plus, which supports placement accuracies down to ±2.5μm @ 3σ with cycle times down to 3 seconds/bond or 1,200 UPH, and the NOVA FanOut, specifically for the FanOut market, offering a large bonding area of 550mm x 600mm while maintaining die placement accuracies down to ±3.0μm @ 3σ with cycle times down to 1.2 seconds/bond or 3,000 UPH.

Other AMICRA products include the fully automated, high-speed wafer inking system AIS, and the semi-automatic wafer inking system SIS, as well as the fully automated, high-speed precision dispensing system HDS, offered in a quad- or dual-headed configuration to support underfill, glob-top, general dispensing applications and more.

AMICRA will be exhibiting and available for equipment and technical application discussions at SEMICON West (July 12-14) and SEMICON Taiwan (Sept 7-9).



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