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Seminar on 8th February 20210 focuses on the Panasonic PSX307 Plasma Cleaner

Panasonic Microelectronics is running a web seminar about the Panasonic PSX307 Plasma Cleaner on 10th February 2021 11:00 CET / 10:00 GMT, as part of a new web seminar series. To register before the deadline (Monday, 8th February 2021 at 15:00), click here.

The PSx307 features parallel plate plasma chamber technology, delivering superior etch uniformity compared to conventional batch-type plasma cleaner systems, according to the company.

The seminar will cover PSX307 features and capabilities, such as: surface modification by oxygen plasma, improvement of bondability to very thin gold plating, achieving significant cost reduction, improving mold resin adhesion and under-fill wettability and reducing the incidence of peel-off, voids, and cracks.

There will also be a process demonstration of contact angle measurement.

For more information, go to https://information-eu.industrial.panasonic.com/webseminarplasmacleaning



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