Kulicke & Soffa (NASDAQ: KLIC) is a leading provider of semiconductor packaging and electronic assembly solutions supporting the global automotive, consumer, communications, computing and industrial segments.
More than 17 years manuafacture experience in designing,producing of wire bonding tools- wire guide,cutter,wedge,clamp finger,and OEM seivice available.ISO 9001approved and CE SGS certificated.Selfowned patent.
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 08 07:04:02 EDT 2005 | davef
Finer pitch: Wedge bonding can be designed and manufactured to very small dimensions, down to 50 mm pitch. Processing speed: Machine rotational movements make the overall speed of the wedge bonding process less than thermosonic ball bonding. Alumin
Industry News | 2011-12-21 22:41:39.0
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Industry News | 2012-05-30 13:50:20.0
Hesse & Knipps GmbH will discuss “Wedge Bonding for Chip-On-Board and Direct-Chip-Attach Applications” at the SMTA Philadelphia Chapter Meeting.
Technical Library | 2019-05-23 10:30:22.0
Increasing I/O numbers, device complexity, and product miniaturization requires high precision bonding tools, and sophisticated equipment. Careful consideration should be given to wedge geometry while selecting the tool for a fine pitch wire bonding application. Wire bonding is a process that creates an electrical connection between a die and a substrate or lead typically using gold or aluminum wire. Wedge bonding is a specific type of wire bonding that uses a wedge shaped tool to create the welds. The design of the wedge tool has changed very little over the past decade. The wire is fed at an angle through the back of the wedge. This angle is typically 30 to 60 degrees and is application dependent. Some applications require a higher feed angle due to package clearance issues. Some deep access applications require a 90 degree feed angle. In this configuration, the wire is fed through a hole in the shank of the wedge tool. Wire feed is shown in Figure 1.
Technical Library | 2014-07-24 16:26:34.0
Wire bonding a die to a package has traditionally been performed using either aluminum or gold wire. Gold wire provides the ability to use a ball and stitch process. This technique provides more control over loop height and bond placement. The drawback has been the increasing cost of the gold wire. Lower cost Al wire has been used for wedge-wedge bonds but these are not as versatile for complex package assembly. The use of copper wire for ball-stitch bonding has been proposed and recently implemented in high volume to solve the cost issues with gold. As one would expect, bonding with copper is not as forgiving as with gold mainly due to oxide growth and hardness differences. This paper will examine the common failure mechanisms that one might experience when implementing this new technology.
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