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  • Dicing Optimization

    4 Tips for Optimizing the Dicing Process

    Optimizing the dicing process can help to improve product yields, cut quality, and precision in a variety of applications. Optimizing the dicing process can also help to increase the life of diamond blades and other equipment. In order to optimize dicing processes, it is necessary …

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  • Outsourcing Fabrication

    Benefits of Outsourcing Fabrication Needs

    If your company has the capability to do in-house fabrication and diamond dicing, it may seem like the most cost-effective and timely option. This may not actually be the case, however. Outsourcing fabrication work may save you costs and provide a wealth other benefits. Save …

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  • Sapphire Semiconductor Wafer

    Working with Sapphire

    Sapphire is increasing in use in a variety of manufacturing applications. Synthetic sapphire can sometimes be carefully grown into desired shapes and sizes, but in most cases it must be machined to specifications to be used properly. We at Innovative Fabrication have many years of …

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  • Wafer Dicing

    Wafer Dicing

    Wafers are thin slices of silicon that are used in many types of electronics applications. The wafers are grown in a lab setting in which purity is controlled and altered depending on the destined use of the wafer. Wafer dicing is a process used to …

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  • Precision Glass Cutting

    The Art of Precision Glass Cutting

    As indicated by the name, precision glass cutting requires sophisticated machinery and well-versed craftsmen. Precision glass cutting is used to create components for a number of industries, such as electronics, lighting, diagnostic, and automotive uses. A number of techniques can be used to achieve this …

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  • Direct Copper Bond Dicing

    Direct Bond Copper Dicing

    Direct bond copper, or DBC, has been gaining popularity due to its high thermal conductivity and strength. DBC substrates are created by bonding copper to one or both sides of a ceramic material. When the copper is bonded to the ceramic surface, usually alumina or …

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