Specialized inks known as “wafer marking inks” are used in the semiconductor industry to label or mark silicon wafers as they are being manufactured. On the surface of the wafer, these inks are employed to print identification codes, lot numbers, or other pertinent information.
Wafer marking inks need to be extremely accurate, long-lasting, and able to endure the demanding circumstances of the semiconductor production process. Also, they must be able to stick to the wafer’s surface without harming it or impairing the functionality of the electronic devices that will be built on it.
Organic and inorganic pigments, resins, solvents, and additives are frequently used to create wafer marking inks. While some inks may be made to withstand chemical or thermal stress, others may incorporate metal particles to improve conductivity.
Wafer marking inks can be applied using a variety of techniques, such as inkjet printing, pad printing, and laser marking. The method selected will rely on the particular needs of the application, including the wafer’s size and shape, the ink utilised, and the amount of precision and accuracy that is required.
Global wafer marking Inks 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.
Since Xandex DieMark Inking technology has set the bar for die marking. To simplify and improve the marking of flawed dies, Xandex offers electric and pneumatic DieMark Inking Systems that utilise disposable DieMark Ink Cartridges.
A number of electric inker types and cartridge holders are available, and the ink viscosity, needle, and filament combinations are factory-tuned. There are also pneumatic inking systems available.
No matter whatever DieMark equipment you use, it will run with “around the clock” efficiency and dependability since all of our inking equipment is built and tested to exacting quality standards at our California manufacturing facility.
The unique DieMark Ink Cartridge serves as the brain of every Xandex inking device. DieMark disposable ink cartridges that have been pre-filled and factory-tuned are simple to use and don’t need to be adjusted, filled, or cleaned.
DieMark cartridges only use inks that will consistently print dots at a variety of speeds without leaking or skipping. The main cartridge and ink kinds that Xandex offers are shown below. PPM stands for parts per million.
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