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SMT & Inspection | January 25, 2009

Asymtek to equip Fraunhofer

Fraunhofer Institute Berlin selects Asymtek’s dispensing and coating technology to equip its research center.
Asymtek, a Nordson company and a dispensing, conformal coating, and jetting technologies specialist and the Fraunhofer Institut f√ľr Zuverl√§ssigkeit und Mikrointegration (IZM) Berlin announce their ongoing collaborative effort to support microelectronics packaging and encapsulation research, using Asymtek‚Äôs advanced dispensing and coating echnology. Fraunhofer IZM recently installed Asymtek‚Äôs Axiom X-1020 high volume dispensing system in its Center for Applied Research, which focuses on interconnection technologies and microelectronics. The Axiom system, equipped with the DispenseJet DJ-9000 valve, is being used for underfilling inter-chip gaps, wafer level underfilling for Chip-on-Wafer assemblies, and glob top jetting over wire bonds. “The Axiom system offers highly repeatable results that can be easily transferred from our lab to production,” stated Karl-Friedrich Becker, group manager, assembly and encapsulation for Fraunhofer Berlin.

Fraunhofer also purchased a Century C-341 conformal coating system with the SwirlCoat SC-300 valve for the coating of polymer electronics and application of thin hydrophobic layers for electro-wetting on dielectrics (EWOD.) “We chose Asymtek for their technical competence‚ÄĒespecially jetting-on-the fly‚ÄĒand the fact that their technology is field-proven,” stated Becker. “When we need assistance, they exceed our expectations and help us transition into new products appropriate for our customers‚Äô production requirements.”

“We are pleased to support the work that the Fraunhofer Institute performs, which helps to advance industry knowledge and practices,” commented Michel van de Vijver, Asymtek‚Äôs general manager for Europe.
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