GRAND JUNCTION, CO ― GPD Global, a manufacturer of precision fluid dispensing systems for high-volume 24/7, low-volume/high-mix and R&D production will showcase its Positive Cavity Displacement (PCD) ‘H’ Series high resolution pumps in Booth #439 at the upcoming IMAPS 44th International Symposium on Microelectronics, scheduled to take place October 11- 13, 2011 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, California.
GPD’s PCD Dispensing provides next-generation volumetric dispensing and is compatible with materials used in electronics assembly such as epoxies, thermal greases, underfills, oils, silicones and UV encapsulants, as well as materials outside of the electronics industry. PCD Technology is designed for GPD Global platforms and may be used with other robots or tabletop operations with an easy-to-use tabletop controller.
Viscous fluids are delivered to the substrate via luer nozzles and performance excels when using GPD Global ‘S’ Taper tips. The metering technique is not affected by variations in temperature or reservoir pressure, thereby improving day-to-day and start-to-finish process results. GPD’s enhanced flow rate luer dispense tips offer higher flow rates than standard luer nozzles with a much lower pressure build-up.
GPD also will demonstrate the PCD and MicroDot technologies on its MAX Series platform. MAX Series dispensing systems offer high accuracy, precision dispensing over a wide range of applications. The MAX Series platforms are ideal for die attach, underfill, MEMS, micro-volume conductive adhesive and paste applications. Max Series equipped with Micro-volume technology enables dispensing for 0201 components as well as die attach adhesives. Further expanding the Max Series capabilities with the continuously volumetric PCD dispense pump yields outstanding results with underfills, encapsulation and LED applications.
For more information about GPD Global’s PCD Dispensing, meet company representatives in Booth #439 at the show or visit www.gpd-global.com.