Self-filleting die attach

  • 04-Feb-2009 12:23 EST
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Ablestik from Henkel provides all the benefits of traditional die-attach pastes but takes the adhesive technology further by incorporating a self-filleting mechanism, making it a viable and cost-effective alternative to die-attach films. The company has designed a die-attach paste technology that uses capillary force to control flow and deliver complete wetting. Unlike conventional die-attach materials, Ablestik brand self-filleting pastes use capillary function to control these critical process parameters through dispense volume and spacer technology. Employing traditional automatic dispense technology, a dot of Ablestik self-filleting material is deposited and the die gently placed. The capillary force of the material then draws it out to the edge of the die where it forms a small fillet. No excessive placement force is required. Ablestik offers customers more package design latitude with a material that fits into their existing manufacturing processes.
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