Orbotech Pacific Ltd., the Asia Pacific subsidiary of Orbotech Ltd., a leading global provider of yield-enhancing and production solutions for printed circuit boards (PCBs) and IC substrates, is demonstrating advanced technologies for creating a new PCB world in Hall 4F, Booth #L924.
"The PCB market is becoming more competitive as many manufacturers of traditional MLB products are moving into production of HDI, and HDI makers are investing in production lines for IC substrates", said Mr. Arik Gordon, President of Orbotech Pacific Ltd. "Orbotech's latest solutions are targeting these advanced applications, where we can help our customers to be more competitive by enabling them to produce finer products in higher yield and at higher throughput."
Being introduced for the first time worldwide at TPCA is Orbotech's new Ultra Fusion 600 automated optical inspection (AOI) system featuring advanced performance with high speed for IC substrates production down to 5μm.
Also being presented for the first time in Asia Pacific is Orbotech's new Paragon-Xpress 50 laser direct imaging (LDI) system for mass production digital imaging of fine line HDI, flex and rigid-flex applications down to 15um line/space. Other demonstrations by Orbotech at the show include Ultra PerFix 120 automated optical repair (AOR) system for repairing shorts and excess copper on advanced HDI and IC substrates including CSP, FC-CSP, BGA and FC-BGA applications. Ultra PerFix 120 minimizes scrap by achieving perfect results in less than a minute on challenging designs with a resolution down to 10μm. The Sprint 120 inkjet printer with DotStream Technology delivers high speed and top quality for consistent, volume production of advanced legend designs. Sprint systems now include new capabilities for printing on flexible PCBs with Taiyo flex ink. The latest developments from Frontline PCB Solutions are on display including InCAM, the leading CAM system for HDI and IC packaging, and InSight PCB, the fast and accurate web-based pre-CAM solution.
Orbotech Paragon-Xpress 50
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