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JST Manufacturing Inc

  • 219 E. 50th S., Boise, Idaho
    83714
    United States of America
  • 208-377-1120
  • 208-377-3645

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Component Management
2nd January 2020
Expert consultation can keep production on track

For semiconductor manufacturers, compound semiconductor manufacturers, raw wafer material suppliers, and R&D labs, utilising wet process cleaning equipment is critical to producing extremely reliable products, so partnering with a vendor with deep expertise in all aspects of the process – from equipment selection, design specification, testing, and installation/hook up – can be critical to success.

Component Management
16th April 2019
Wet process cleaning equipment maximises automation benefits

To meet application specific requirements, design engineers in industries that manufacture sensitive components often need more flexibility than standard options allow for automating wet process cleaning equipment. These specialised components can range from chips, wafers, semiconductors, and electronic devices to the specialised optics for world-class lasers.

Component Management
27th November 2018
Precision drying: A critical step in wet process cleaning

Cleaning, an integral part of many manufacturing and maintenance processes is often critical to the performance of a broad range of technologies in the semiconductor, defence, MEMS, photonics and biotech industries. In this case, ‘cleaning’ refers to the use of agents such as solvents, acids or bases to remove unwanted particulates and other contaminates from products ranging from optics to semiconductor and electronic devices.

Component Management
16th April 2018
How to clean/etch items with geometries

Cleaning, an integral part of many manufacturing and maintenance processes, is often critical to the performance of a broad range of technologies in the semiconductor, defence, MEMS, photonics and biotech industries. 'Cleaning', in this case, refers to the use of agents such as solvents, acids or bases to remove unwanted particulates and other contaminates from products ranging from optics to semiconductor and electronic devices.

Component Management
22nd June 2017
Designing lab equipment with research flexibility in mind

  As research has become more complex, sophisticated cleanrooms have become a virtual necessity for a wide range of cutting edge physical science, material science, and biomedical disciplines. Due to the financial investment required for such facilities, both university and private R&D laboratories are designed and built to accommodate the needs of a wide range of researchers.

Analysis
30th October 2016
Accessing the latest wet processing equipment

According to wet processing equipment specialist JST Manufacturing, many developers who would like to enter the MEMS or nano field lack the resources – such as development time and equipment - to do so. Also, specialized packaging in these areas, which requires simultaneous contact with its own environment while being isolated from other environments, is often expensive and difficult to achieve.

Component Management
15th April 2016
Automating cleaning processes for quality & volume

The consistent purity of materials used to fabricate components of electronic devices can have a critical impact on their performance. For example, producing semiconductor-grade silicon used for electronic chips involves upstream cleaning of polysilicon chunks to a purity of has high as 11N, which translates to 99.999999999%. For photovoltaic applications such as solar cells, the silicon purity levels are not quite as high (5N) but critical ...

Component Management
5th November 2015
‘Dialing-in’ wet processing parameters

  Companies using microfabrication can gain important benefits by using wet processing equipment designed to handle a variety of application parameters. By Ed Sullivan, a technical writer based in Los Angeles, California.

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