DieMark Electric Inking Systems utilize convenient, disposable DieMark Filament Ink Cartridges to streamline and optimize the process of marking defective die. With models available for nearly every test platform and configuration, Xandex inking systems are in operation daily in every corner of the world where wafer sort is performed.
Drawing Prefix Key: EG = Electroglas Prober Application: KLA = KLA Prober Application: TSK = Tokyo Semitsu Prober Application: PWS = Pacific Western Systems Application: LT = Laser Trimmer Application
Cabled Probe, laser trimming, optical inspection
High frequency overhead test
Cabled probe, optical inspection
Cabled probe, off-line and post-probe inking
A wide range of models are available. All use DieMark® disposable cartridges. Some models are used in Xandex inker bases while others are specifically designed to retrofit other marking brands. Retrofit of an existing inker is an inexpensive way to utilize the convenience and reliability of DieMark® cartridges.
The 3-mil and 5 mil DM-1 cartridge requires a very short plunger stroke in order to minimize the amount of ink flow to the filament tip and ensure consistent, problem free performance. In order to shorten the plunger stroke when using the 5 mil DM-1 application, the cartridge holder must be retrofitted with a Plunger Stop Assembly. This assembly is available for all H series cartridge holders. After the cartridge holder is retrofitted with the plunger stop assembly, it can still be used with any DM-1 cartridge size as long as the plunger stop is backed off completely to allow full plunger travel.
Electric inkers utilize DieMark® cartridges for the ultimate inking solution. DieMark® cartridges offer reliable, consistent, trouble free operation with the benefit of a disposable unit. Pre-filled factory tuned cartridges are easy to use - no adjusting, refilling or cleaning. All inks utilized in the cartridges have been selected to produce consistent dots over a wide range of speeds without dripping, or skipping. Three needle configurations are available to afford optimal visual/physical inker clearance.