The separation of large scale ceramic circuits is a core procedure in the processing of hybrid circuits.
SCHILLER AUTOMATION has delivered more than 50 plants for the automatic separation of ceramic substrates in the last 20 years.
For the safe and efficient handling of bare and assembled ceramics (DCB, DBC, HTCC, LTCC), SCHILLER AUTOMATION has designed, developed and produced a universal technology for separating hybrids / hybrid circuits. And we are a bit proud of that, indeed:
In 2006, we had been implementing the pioneer project in close cooperation with one of our customers. The objective for the concept was to manage the processing of a wide type range of large scale multiple-ups without the effort of setting up a machine.
Both standard ceramics and LTCC ceramics can be processed (with or without edge trim) from 5 mm x 5 mm up to 2“ x 2“. The separation is done in a very conservative way by a patented process. The pre-scored ceramic is positioned on a rubber mat. With the breaking tool it gets pressed onto the ceramic and therefore becomes separated.
This technology has significant advantages
compared to the methods used so far:
The system is flexible enough for production as a stand-alone machine or for in-line operation and includes, in addition to the edge strip, strip and single-use separation, other functions that are required for automatic operation:
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