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GAISER 80 MICRON PROCESS1800 FINE PITCH CAPILLARIES

1/16 in. (1.58 mm) SHANK DIAMETER CERAMIC CAPILLARIES

FOR 0.0012/30 TO 0.0013/33 WIRE

As the semiconductor industry moves to finer and finer pitches, Gaiser Tool Company has observed an increasing demand for smaller angle-bottleneck tip diameters and tighter dimensional tolerances. As these tip diameters and tolerances are decreased, the limits of existing ceramic materials and machining techniques have been tested. 
As the company that invented the first ceramic capillary, Gaiser Tool Company is pleased to offer what we believe to be the next generation ultra fine-pitch capillary: The 1800 series. Proven designs are available for 60, 70, 80, and greater pitches.

Our advances in manufacturing processes, materials, tolerances, and design will be evident in your next fine-pitch application.
The new materials group and process engineering have been busy at Gaiser Tool Company, developing near zero porosity, sub-micron average grain size ceramic material, as well as zirconia formulations. Our high strength materials combined with the new proprietary
Process1800 produce an angle bottleneck capillary with superior strength and rigidity, even at very small tip diameters. 

THE GAISER PROCESS1800 ULTRA FINE PITCH CAPILLARIES PROGRAM

1800-60 The next generation ultra fine-pitch capillary. 60 Fine Pitch Capillaries.

1800-70 The next generation ultra fine-pitch capillary. 70 Fine Pitch Capillaries.

1800-80 The next generation ultra fine-pitch capillary. 80 Fine Pitch Capillaries for 0.0010/25 wire. 

1800-80 The next generation ultra fine-pitch capillary. 80 Fine Pitch Capillaries for 0.0012-0.0013/30-33 wire. - this page - 

NOTE: 65, 55, and 50 micron pitch capillaries and Ultra Fine Pitch down to 35 micron pitch are also available in the Process1800 style. See the Process1800 Product Datasheet in page 3 Process1800 ,
SPECIFICATIONS  INCH / m 

Suggested Squashed Ball Diameter

0.0024 / 60

Suggested Wire Diameter

0.0012 to .0013
30 to 33

Approximate Ball Shear Strength

9.0 g/mil2

Capillary T Dimension

0.0042.0002
1075

Capillary Hole Diameter

0.0016.0001
412.5

Capillary B Dimension

0.0021.0001
532.5

Capillary IC Dimension

0.00025 (ref) / 6 (ref)

Capillary Face Angel

 8

Capillary Outside Radius

0.0008.0002 / 205

Capillary Angle bottleneck Angle

10

Capillary Angle Bottleneck Height

0.010+ .002/
 -.000
250 +50/ -0

Capillary Cone Angle

20

Reliable Fine-Pitch Bonding Solutions. Ideal for High Frequency Transducers. Improved Ceramic Strength. Tighter Tolerances. 

Process1800 improves shear strength by more than 50% compared to a ground angle bottleneck in most tip configurations; ideal for high frequency transducers. 

Gaiser Tool Company provides the tight tolerances necessary to reliably achieve 60 Fine-Pitch bonding.  

Combined with the advent of the high frequency transducer, these smaller tip diameter capillaries can be stressed to their physical limits, and actually broken during the wire bonding process. To address the need for increased strength and tightened tolerances, Gaiser Tool Company has developed a proprietary new manufacturing process: Process1800, standard in our new 1800 series fine-pitch capillaries.

Process1800 inherently yields a tighter tolerance capillary, with substantially improved dimensional tolerances as well as reduced standard deviations. The tolerances necessary for ultra fine-pitch bonding are standard in the 1800 series. Process1800 capillaries are manufactured with our sub-micron average grain size, near-zero porosity improved ceramic material. Zirconia/alumina materials are also available.

Process1800 eliminates the previously standard grinding operation used to produce the angle-bottleneck feature on a fine-pitch capillary. Process1800  imparts a high-tension, mirror smooth, secondary alumina skin on the angle bottleneck portion of the tool, substantially increasing shear strength and rigidity. Increased shear strength allows Gaiser Tool Company to produce a more robust, high-strength, small tip diameter, angle-bottleneck capillary. Increased rigidity reduces the ultrasonic energy loss inherent in the angle-bottleneck design, resulting in superior ultrasonic energy transmission and a wider tuning window - ideal for high frequency transducers.

Process1800 vs. Grinding the Angle Bottleneck

 Process1800 vs. Injection Molding

Process1800 eliminates tolerance stacking when producing an angle bottleneck capillary, greatly reducing the effective XT tolerance range and eliminating the risk of touching adjacent loops.

If the same T and BNH are compared, the Process1800 tool offers greater mass at WT2 for superior strength and ultrasonics.

The Process1800 capillary is not subjected to the stresses, micro-cracking, and rough finish left from a grinding wheel. Process1800 imparts a high-tension, mirror smooth, secondary alumina skin on the angle bottleneck portion of the tool.  

The Process1800 design features a radiused transition from the angle bottleneck to the cone. This gradual transition provides better stress distribution for strength and a stiffer, more rigid bottleneck for less ultrasonic energy loss.

Process1800 produces significantly greater strength, consistency, and tighter tolerance ranges.

Like previous Gaiser capillaries, BNH and all other dimensions can be easily customized to meet specific applications.  

Dimensions in inches unless otherwise specified

1800 SERIES

Get the Process1800 Datasheet Process1800

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