Modutek wet benches are of white polypropylene construction with 304 stainless steel construction available for solvent applications. The company will build any size and length to meet customer requirements. Safety features include safety interlocks, PVC safety shields, emergency power off mushroom buttons and wiring to NFPA 70 and 79. All models have a Teflon N2 gun, a deionized water hand spray and a continuous flow deionized water manifold.
Fully Automated Stations
Modutek’s fully automated wet bench stations use SolidWorks Simulation Professional and SolidWorks Flow Simulation software to optimize the semiconductor fabrication processes and improve performance. The cost of the units covers the basic station and robotics to handle automated operation. These wet process stations are suitable for customers who need high yields, improved etch rates, better throughput and who want the highest output quality.
In addition to increased performance, fully automated stations eliminate human operator error in calculating the chemical dosage and operating the station. The automated system tracks chemical usage to reduce waste and maintain a consistent process environment. Once programmed, the automated station runs the same software and the process is fully repeatable.
The semi-automated stations give customers the advanced features and precision of fully automated stations without having to pay the fully automated price. Stations have a graphic user interface on a PCL touch screen to control servomotors with three degrees of freedom and with encoder feedback. Customers can get process uniformity and accurate handling while saving money.
Modutek semi-automated stations are an excellent option for customers who want the precision of robotic controls without paying for full automation. The semi-automated stations still use the SolidWorks Professional and Flow software packages to ensure customers achieve excellent results while spending less.
Manual wet benches are a cost effective way for customers to get the safety features and operating characteristics of the Modutek wet process equipment family with competitive pricing and an overall low cost of ownership. The manual stations are an effective way for customers to start using wet process equipment and they can later expand the units to add automation options. The manual equipment is of the same quality as the automated stations and delivers excellent performance without the cost of robotics.
For solvent stations Modutek uses a 304 stainless steel construction with fire suppression. Solvent stations are available with the same fully automated, semi-automated or manual options as the other wet processing stations and they share the same advanced features. Solvent stations are for customers who have applications with acetone or IPA or who want to carry out photo resist stripping or EDP etching.
Dry to Dry Wet Process Equipment
Modutek’s Dry to Dry equipment saves time by eliminating transfers and increases throughput and yield. It uses an IPA dryer to avoid having to dry in a separate tool. The same automation options as for other wet processing equipment are available for the Dry to Dry models. The unit is a convenient option for customers who want to simplify their process and increase output.
Because Modutek designs and produces all wet benches and related equipment in house without subcontracting, the company can use in house expertise to develop custom solutions for particular applications that may not fall within the standard option set. Customers can be assured that, no matter what the wet process application, Modutek engineers can propose a custom solution if the broad range of standard options is not suitable. For more information or for a free quote contact Modutek at 866-803-1533 or email Modutek@Modutek.com.