BJ980 Heavy Wire Wedge Bonder

BJ980 Heavy Wire Wedge Bonder
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The newly developed ultrasonic wedge-wedge bonder BJ980, has a flexible and large working area of 305 mm, 370 mm or 700 mm x 1132 mm, the growing demands for large-sized substrates, especially for solar applications. The Bondjet BJ980 can be used as a fully automatic machine or operated manually. Hesse offers the only available solution on the market for handling wires from 50 µm up to 600 µm with only one bondhead; Ribbons can be processed up to a size of 2000 µm x 400 µm. Outstanding features are high speed and the largest bonding area in the industry. A change from aluminium to copper can be realized within minutes. Hesse GmbH, as technology leader, has designed the only heavy wire bondhead with non destructive pulltest and a unique transducer integrated sensor for 100% quality monitoring in real-time.

Features

  • Largest working area in the industry: 305 mm, 370 mm or 700 mm x 1132 mm (12.0″/14.6″/27.6″ x 44.6″)
  • 50 µm – 600 µm bondhead for Al, Cu, AlCu (2 mil – 24 mil)
  • Ribbon up to 2000 µm x 400 µm (80 mil x 16 mil)
  • Precisely programmable bondforce actuator: wire 2500 cN adjustable, Ribbon/Cu 5000 cN adjustable
  • Pattern recognition time: 6 ms – 8 ms (Search region: 512 × 512 pixels, pattern: 64 × 64 pixels)
  • Rapid image capture with new digital image processing and flash light illumination
  • E-Box: patented solution for optimized tool change and programmable alignment marks for guide, cutter and bond wedge

Technical Specification

  • X: 305 mm, (12.0″), 370 mm (14.6″) or 700 mm (27.6″);
    Y: 1132 mm (44.6″); Z: 48 mm (1.9″)
  • Cutting methods: active, passive, air cut (for frontcut)
  • Digital ultrasonic generator with PLL (Phase-Locked-Loop), internal frequency resolution <1 Hz
  • Ultrasonic Power Output : 100 W programmable
  • Wire : Al, Cu, AlCu: 50 µm – 600 µm (2 mil – 24 mil)
  • Ribbon: Al, Cu, AlCu: 250 µm x 25 µm up to 2000 µm x 400 µm (Cu: 200 µm) (10 mil x 1 mil up to 80 mil x 16 mil)

For further information please visit www.hesse-mechatronics.com