Silicon Wafer Dicing Services
Silicon wafers are used in semiconductor manufacturing and for producing chips or microchips for computers and other electronic devices. Manufacturing chips and microchips involve cutting the wafers into small square or rectangular “chips” or “die”, using a process known as silicon wafer dicing.
Quality and precision are of paramount importance in silicon and semiconductor wafer dicing and set the pace for all remaining post fab operations. We use state-of-the-art, dual spindle dicing saws to produce clean, precise cuts. Ensuring precision through each wafer dicing stage turns out cleaner wafers, minimizes distortions, and reduces material loss, equating to higher yields. Our processors also regularly monitor saw speed, cut quality, and cut placement accuracy throughout production and use a Class 10K cleanroom to protect your products.
With a large variety of dicing saw blades and dicing tape at our disposal, we can optimize the wafer dicing process to achieve optimal yields for your critical devices. We also work with a range of standard semiconductor materials to meet your requirements, including silicon carbide (SiC), fused silica, quartz, silicon-germanium (SiGe).
High Precision Silicon Wafer Dicing and Post Fab Processing
Syagrus Systems is known for our high wafer dicing standards. Many leading military and medical device manufacturers trust us to deliver defect-free die for their automated assembly operations. Our team takes pride in providing customized silicon wafer dicing services for customers across the United States and worldwide. No job is too big or too small!
Double pass cutting provides the highest quality and most accurate silicon wafer dicing and is our standard practice. This wafer dicing process allows us to dice silicon and semiconductor wafers as thin as 0.020mm (0.0008”) and up to 300mm (12.0”) in diameter with exceptional precision and perfect repeatability. High magnification, fully automated, die visual inspection ensures your wafer is at peak optimization following the wafer dicing process.
- All wafer dicing performed in Class 10K cleanroom environment
- Same day cycle time available
- 0.25" (6.35mm) to 12" (300mm) flexible wafer dicing workspace capable of sawing multi-die reticles
- High precision wafer dicing for singulated devices as small as 0.008" (0.2mm) and wafers as thin as 0.0008" (0.020mm)
- Bumped and non-bumped wafer dicing processes
- A large variety of wafer dicing blades and dicing tape available to handle all customer requirements
- Surfactant available
- Return shipment on saw frame or stretch rings, or continue to follow up inspection and die sorting
- Full prototype and production support from our technical staff
Fully Automated Silicon Wafer and Semiconductor Wafer Dicing Capabilities
Our fully automated silicon wafer and semiconductor wafer dicing capabilities consistently meet or exceed our customers’ high standards. We offer this service individually or as a full-service solution along with wafer backgrinding, wafer polishing, and surface mounting device tape and reel services.
The first step of the silicon wafer dicing process involves mounting the wafers on dicing tape that secures the wafer to a metal frame. Next, we cut the wafers with a high-speed wafer saw, leaving behind singulated referred to as dice or dies. Finally, we inspect the wafer dies and remove them from the tape and frame via pick and place.
Our versatile wafer dicing systems give us the flexibility to accommodate multi-die or "pizza mask" wafers, as well as high volume cutting programs. We can also perform wafer dicing operations on previously singulated multi-die reticles and partial wafers. Our technical staff is available as needed to assist with your engineering and prototype questions.
Contact Syagrus Today to Learn More About Our Wafer Dicing Process
Syagrus Systems provides world-class post fab processing for silicon wafers and semiconductor wafers, with wafer dicing processes that are customizable to your unique needs. Request a quote on wafer dicing and wafer cutting, or contact us for more information.