Materials testing for precise characterization of electronics
Today’s electronics and microelectronics products incorporate a wide variety of traditional and advanced materials. These include semiconductor materials used in circuit fabrication, rare earth metals used for modern speaker drivers, advanced composites and polymers for packaging, printed wiring boards, and even materials for structural support of electronics systems.
There are many materials testing challenges to effectively characterize the mechanical properties of these materials in their final-use situations. Materials testing data is required for use in basic design decision-making, all the way to through to the monitoring of manufacturing quality and process control. In many applications, precision force and motion control with high fidelity are required to ensure accurate and precise material characteristics.
A variety of materials and applications
Bose® ElectroForce® test instruments are routinely used for a variety of materials testing applications, including semiconductor testing in thermal mechanical fatigue situations, and the testing of interconnect materials used on printed wiring boards, printed wiring board substrate materials, insulators, and structural materials used in product packaging.
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