Sil’tronix ST made its production tools available to its customers

In order to provide reliable and qualitative products, Sil’tronix ST manufactures its own products totally internally throughout its factory between Mont Blanc and Geneva for more than 40 years.

To produce silicon wafers or silicon crystals from the pulling process, we observe the production flow below.

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The particularity of Sil’tronix ST is the plant divided in individual cells which allows to add your semi-finished product from anywhere within the flow and pick up the product wherever you need.

Sil’tronix ST allows to get a unique shape

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Downsizing

Sil’tronix ST allows to pick up small pieces from a taller wafer.
We are able to cut small pieces anywhere on the surface, from Si wafers with devices, SOI wafers, etc…

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Cutting process

Sil’tronix ST is able to cut different shapes within a wafer
with extra quality on edges.

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Additional value

For special topics, additional value for the wafers are also available such as holes on small pieces already cut.

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Because topics don’t need only round wafers, we can add any kind of flats to reach as most as it is physically possible, the shape requested to succeed your researches.

We answer to your questions, we help you to reach the solution the most suitable to succeed with you researches. Our experts are there to find your own solutions.

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