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डायमंड आईडी डिलिंग ब्लेड

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Diamond Hub Dicing Blade

आईडी आरा ब्लेड शुरू में मुख्य रूप से जर्मेनियम और सिलिकॉन अर्धचालक सामग्री के लिए उपयोग किया जाता था। इन सामग्रियों को संसाधित करने के लिए अधिकांश आईडी आईडी ब्लेड का उपयोग किया जाता है। अब जीजीजी, समैरियम-कोबाल्ट, नीलम, चुंबकीय विडंबना, गैलियम आर्सेनाइड / फॉस्फाइड, और क्वार्ट्ज जैसी सामग्री का व्यापक सेट आईडी आरा तकनीक का उपयोग करके कटा हुआ है।

  • निफ़ेक आईडी ब्लेड कस्टम कस्टम किनारों के लिए डिज़ाइन किए गए हैं जो ग्राहकों की जरूरतों के लिए विशिष्ट हैं।

  • हम उस सामग्री के साथ ग्राहक की जरूरतों पर ध्यान देते हैं, जिसके अनुसार वे फसल काट / काट रहे हैं और मापदंडों को समायोजित करते हैं।

  • सी (कोर मोटाई), के (केर्फ मोटाई), और डी (हीरे की गहराई) जैसे पैरामीटर ग्राहक विशिष्ट हैं।

  • हम अपनी आईडी ब्लेड के लिए केवल उच्चतम गुणवत्ता वाले कच्चे माल का स्रोत हैं।

  • हम एक निरंतर उत्पाद सुनिश्चित करने के लिए उद्योग में कुछ सबसे कठिन सहिष्णुताओं को नियोजित करते हैं।

  • हम उद्योग में सभी प्रमुख आकारों की आपूर्ति करते हैं, जिनमें से इन तक सीमित नहीं है


The performance of Diamond ID dicing blades is vital in the semiconductor industry due to the precision required in cutting semiconductor wafers into individual chips. Several factors contribute to their performance:

  1. Cutting Precision: The blades need to make clean, accurate, and straight cuts through the semiconductor wafer material. Precision is crucial to ensure that each chip or die produced meets exact specifications.

  2. Edge Quality: The quality of the blade's cutting edge is critical. A well-maintained, sharp edge ensures clean cuts without causing damage or chipping to the chips being diced. Consistent edge quality is vital for consistent chip quality and yield.

  3. Material Compatibility: Diamond ID dicing blades are designed to cut through hard and brittle materials used in semiconductor manufacturing, such as silicon, gallium arsenide, and other semiconductor substrates. Their performance depends on efficiently cutting through these materials without causing micro-cracks or defects in the diced chips.

  4. Durability and Longevity: These blades should maintain their cutting efficiency and precision over extended periods. They need to withstand the high-speed cutting processes without losing their sharpness or wearing down quickly.

  5. Minimal Chipping and Material Loss: High-performance blades minimize chipping and material loss during the dicing process. This is crucial for maximizing the yield of usable chips from each semiconductor wafer.

  6. Compatibility with Dicing Equipment: Blades need to be compatible with the dicing machines used in semiconductor fabrication. They should fit securely and operate smoothly within these machines to ensure precise cutting and efficient production.

  7. Consistency and Yield: The performance of these blades directly impacts the overall yield and consistency of semiconductor chip production. Consistent performance ensures uniformity across all diced chips, minimizing defects and maximizing the number of usable chips from each wafer.

Regular maintenance, proper handling, and using blades within their recommended operational parameters are essential for optimizing their performance and longevity. Quality control measures are also crucial to monitor and ensure the blades' performance aligns with the desired standards for semiconductor chip manufacturing.


Diamond ID dicing blades are highly specialized tools used in the semiconductor industry, particularly in the process of dicing semiconductor wafers into individual chips or die. Here's a breakdown of their application:

  1. Semiconductor Wafer Dicing: These blades are used in the dicing process, where semiconductor wafers (made of materials like silicon, gallium arsenide, or other substrates) are cut into individual chips or die. This process is critical in semiconductor manufacturing, as it separates the numerous integrated circuits on a wafer into individual units that can be assembled into electronic devices.

  2. Precision Cutting: Diamond ID dicing blades are known for their precision and accuracy. They cut through the wafer material with exceptional accuracy, creating clean and precise cuts to avoid damage to the chips and ensure minimal material loss during the dicing process.

  3. High-Speed Dicing Machines: These blades are used in high-speed dicing machines that precisely position and move the blades across the surface of the semiconductor wafer. The diamond blades, along with the machinery, facilitate rapid and efficient dicing without compromising on accuracy.

  4. Advanced Materials: Diamond ID dicing blades are specifically designed to cut through hard and brittle materials commonly used in semiconductor fabrication. Their durability and ability to maintain sharpness make them suitable for cutting materials that would dull or damage conventional cutting tools.

  5. Quality Control: The precise cutting ability of diamond ID dicing blades ensures that the individual chips or die produced from the semiconductor wafers meet stringent quality control standards in terms of size, shape, and integrity.

  6. Chip Packaging: Once diced, these chips are packaged and assembled into various electronic devices such as microchips, processors, memory modules, and integrated circuits used in computers, smartphones, and various electronic products.

Diamond ID dicing blades play a critical role in the semiconductor industry, contributing to the production of high-quality and high-performance electronic components by enabling efficient and precise dicing of semiconductor wafers.

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