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Industry-User Forum: Use Of Off-Contact Printing In The Microelectronics Industry
Author(s): George Koutures; Bill Converse; Karl Johannsmier; David Kuty; Chris Ladas; W. R. Livesay; Peter Moller; Leonard Perham
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Paper Abstract

While I was with Signetics, we successfully developed a process to effectively expose and align the wafers in proximity. This involved all layers of the masks. The MOS process was a P-channel, silicon gate. This resulted in a production line capacity of about 12,000 3" wafer outs per month. It wasn't until after the development stage that we went into full production with proximity and 3" wafers; because of this capability we were able to reduce mask costs and significantly increase dice yield. Now a lot of these things are nebulous because it depends on the particular process and the particular situation that you have, but we're judging this from a production environment. This all was an outgrowth of evaluating several types of masks including emulsion masks, iron oxide masks, chrome masks, and silicon masks. For our particular application the iron-oxide masks with a particular substrate was the best.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 March 1974
PDF: 14 pages
Proc. SPIE 0055, Technological Advances in Micro and Submicro Photofabrication Imagery, (1 March 1974); doi: 10.1117/12.954256
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George Koutures, Shipley Company (United States)
Bill Converse
Karl Johannsmier
David Kuty
Chris Ladas
W. R. Livesay
Peter Moller
Leonard Perham


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0055:
Technological Advances in Micro and Submicro Photofabrication Imagery
William Converse; J. M. Graf, Editor(s)

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