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Ultrasonic wire bonding apparatus and method










Image Number 8 for United States Patent #5667130.

An ultrasonic wire bonding apparatus and method is capable of maintaining a sufficient clearance between the horn and bonding surface, and thereby increase the working area without using a long horn. In the ultrasonic wire bonding apparatus, a capillary is located at the front end of a horn for holding a wire that is directly supported at the front end of the horn. The capillary is long enough to maintain a sufficient clearance between the horn and the bonding surface. Alternatively, a capillary, which is located at the front end of a horn for holding a wire, is short and is supported at the front end of the horn through a joint or extension. The total length of the joint and the capillary is enough to maintain a sufficient clearance between the horn and the bonding surface.








 
 
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