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  • MICRO: Cleanroom Technologies - Welker (May 2000)
    are magnetoresistive and giant magnetoresistive heads, solid-state lasers, and semiconductor devices with gate widths smaller than 0.35 um. These products have design and performance characteristics that necessitate the establishment of an aggressive and comprehensive ESD control program in the manufacturing
  • Medical Device Link .
    Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry Electrostatic discharge (ESD), although troublesome for portable electronic medical devices, is controllable with effective shielding. Lack of complete shielding leads to compromises that leave devices open to several paths for ESD to follow. A recent article
  • MICRO: Facilities Technologies - Levit (June 2000)
    Lawrence B. Levit and Arnold Steinman, The institution of an effective static control program in photolithography areas can greatly reduce static-charge events, leading to a reduction in wafer scrap by eliminating repeating defects. The semiconductor industry is seeking to increase productivity
  • Machined plastics pass the test
    Designers are making good use of advanced machinable plastics that stay stable at temperature extremes while dissipating electrostatic charge. Test sockets made from Semitron ESd 420V, a new PEI-based ESD material from Quadrant EPP, offer high-temperature resistance and tight dimensional control
  • Medical Device Link . Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry
    Process Considerations in the Extrusion of Microbore Tubing Successful processing of small-diameter medical tubing requires careful control over a multitude of variables. Conductive Plastics for Medical Applications by Larry Rupprecht and Connie Hawkinson Polymer materials compounded with a variety
  • No-static plastics
    . The main goal with ESD materials is controlling the charge during an ESD event. The best materials for the job are conductive with a high dielectric constant. Ordinary plastics are insulators, materials that prevent the flow of electrons across their surfaces or through their volumes. This contrasts
  • MICRO:Cleanroom Technologies, by Roger Welker, p.61 (Sept '99)
    Cleanroom gloves are critical for contamination control in the semiconductor, flat-panel display, disk-drive, and other high-technology industries. They are among the most important and expensive of cleanroom consumables. Given how they are used, they are also among the most likely sources
  • MICRO: Product Technology News (May '2000)
    by applying airflow and temperature control within the machine chamber and through the use of a hybrid active damper. The tool's improved vibration isolation structure allows synchronization control at a high scanning speed. A series of in-process monitors detects and measures ESD events accurately
  • Medical Device Link .
    for quality control, item identification, and other applications, the labels are certified by the Electrostatic Discharge Association to effectively dissipate electrostatic energy and not damage the boards they identify. According to R &D manager Gene Hofer, ESD "can change the electrical
  • Automotive Circuit Protection using TPSMA6L TVS Diodes
    The designers of automotive electronics face many technical. challenges during the system design process, including. designing methods of protection against a variety of electrical. hazards. The three major sources of electrical hazards in. these systems are electrostatic discharge (ESD), lightning

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