ACF (Glass + FPC) Thermal Compression Bonding

Joining Method: Thermo-compression Joining

Features of Pulse Heat Joining (Hot Bar Bonding)

Pulse heat method is an instantaneous heating system where heating is made only at the time of compression bonding. The heat absorbed by the work can be recovered instantaneously by the temperature feedback function, realizing the temperature profile as previously set.

Feature of Pulse Heat Joining

ACF (Glass + FPC) Thermal Compression Bonding

Because pulse heat method can prevent lowering of temperature due to radiation by its temperature feedback function, it can thermoset the ACF more efficiently comparing to the constant heating type. Pulse heat method, where temperature can be controlled, is effective in the pre- bonding process in particular.
Furthermore, because the thermosetting process comes after the force application process, misalignment of ACF or non-connection of conductive particles can be prevented.

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