Equipment specifically designed for making hard disc drives (HDDs) for use in computers, servers, and other electronic devices is known as hard disc manufacturing equipment.
The tools necessary for making HDDs include Hard disc drive assembly and testing are done in cleanrooms, which are specifically created, controlled environments. They are devoid of pollutants like dust, moisture, and other impurities that could harm the HDD’s fragile parts.
Equipment for fabricating substrates: The substrate serves as the hard disk’s foundation. The substrate is made from aluminium, glass, or other materials using substrate fabrication equipment.
Equipment for Thin Film Deposition: Magnetic layers are deposited onto the substrate via a process called thin film deposition. Sputtering machinery, ion beam deposition equipment, and chemical vapour deposition (CVD) equipment are used for this.
Equipment for Lithography: The magnetic layers of the hard drive are printed with patterns using lithography. Equipment for photolithography is used for this, which transfers a pattern onto the magnetic layer using light.
The Global Hard Disk Manufacturing Equipment market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation is trying to satisfy consumer demand for more advanced technology and higher production.
In order to build glass substrates for hard drives, HOYA has established a new plant in Laos. Leading the way in intelligent manufacturing is Western Digital. Moreover, there are movies online that demonstrate the manufacturing process for hard drives.
Suitable for characterising measurements in small and high density discs. The disc test system enables a single machine to perform burnish/glide, certify, and parametric test by high speed and automatically as the final examine step of media process.
Suitable for defect analysis in the surface of substrate and discs. The develop and assessment disc surface inspection system that measures at the same spindle by optical interference, laser irradiation of many bearings, and newly designed inclination defect method is capable of detecting complex categorise defects.
several optics being used for inspection on the same spindle.Finding small defects with high sensitivity using the defect approach.
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