Flux Plate’s primary function is to hold the flux within the reservoir while the stamping tool dips into the flux for transfer to the leadframe or substrate. To ensure the volumetric accuracy of the flux within the reservoir, a precision blade or scraper is deployed to scrape across the surface of the flux to ensure that there is no excess or overflow above the reservoir’s defined reservoir depth.
From working closely with customers, we know that a Flux Plate’s reservoir depth is instrumental in enabling an accurate flux height during stamping. All our Flux Plates are designed and manufactured with stringent tolerances for reservoir depth control and surface roughness.
Oricus manufactures various models of Adhesive Systems Flux Plates to fit a wide range of machines from OEMs such as Datacon, ESEC, ASM and more. Flux Plates are available in various materials such as Stainless Steel and Hybrid Plates with Transparent reservoirs and more.
- Precision machined from Hardened Stainless Steel grades for plate durability
- Available in hybrid materials such as Sapphire or Glass for special optics application
- Reservoir depths are controlled to exacting flatness and depth tolerances
- Fully customizable plate dimensions and reservoir specifications according to your application needs
- Flux Scrapers aid in ensuring precise flux height in the reservoir
- Flux Plates and Flux Scrapers are engineered for Plug-and-Play assembly into your machines
Each and every material selected for use in our products go through a stringent Selection, Development and Assessment process. In-house developed compounds are developed with the latest innovations in material technology and feature formulations that are designed specially for use in the Semiconductor industry. For externally procured materials, each material goes through a rigorous Quality Assurance and Performance Assessment programme before being qualified for use in our products.
|Material Description||Hardness||ESD Surface Resistance (Ω)||Service Temperatures (Deg C)|
|Superalloys (SA)||Haynes 25 (L605)||HRC 20 - 22||Conductive (< E2)||>800|
|Inconel Alloy 625||HRC 30.5 - 41||Conductive (< E2)||>800|
|Inconel Alloy 718||HRC 23 - 48||Conductive (< E2)||>800|
|Incoloy Alloy 925||HRC 26 - 38||Conductive (< E2)||>800|
|Nitronic 50||HRC 22 - 41||Conductive (< E2)||>800|
|Nitronic 60||HRC 24 - 46||Conductive (< E2)||>800|
|Titanium Grade 2||HRC 3 - 16||Conductive (< E2)||>800|
|Stellite 6||HRC 36 - 46||Conductive (< E2)||>800|
|Stellite 31||HRC 30||Conductive (< E2)||>800|
|Stainless Steel (SS)||15-5 PH||HRB 99 - 104||Conductive (< E2)||>500|
|17-4 PH||HRC 29 - 44||Conductive (< E2)||>500|
|SUS 430F||HRB 85 - 92||Conductive (< E2)||>500|
|SUS 420||HRB 92- 95||Conductive (< E2)||>500|
|SUS 440C||HRB 97||Conductive (< E2)||>500|
|SUS 316||HRB 79 - 95||Conductive (< E2)||>500|
|SUS 301||HRB 85||Conductive (< E2)||>500|
|SUS 304||HRB 80 - 92||Conductive (< E2)||>500|
|SUS 303||HRB 83||Conductive (< E2)||>500|
|HSS, HM33||HRC 65 - 68||Conductive (< E2)||>500|
|HSS||HRC 65||Conductive (< E2)||>500|
|Part Number||DEPTH (mm)|
If you are unable to find a size that fits your application from our catalog, get in touch with us and our Application Experts will provide you with a customized turnkey solution according to your die size, process and application.
Part Numbers And Ordering
- X - Flux Plate
- L - Stainless Steels
- S - Steels
3 digit code 032 = 0.032mm