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Bondtech Co. | Date: 2015-04-24

A substrate bonding apparatus (100) includes a vacuum chamber (200), a surface activation part (610) for activating respective bonding surfaces of a first substrate (301) and a second substrate (302), and stage moving mechanisms (403, 404) for bringing the two bonding surfaces into contact with each other, to thereby bond the substrates (301, 302). In order to activate the bonding surfaces in the vacuum chamber (200), the bonding surfaces are irradiated with a particle beam for activating the bonding surfaces, and concurrently the bonding surfaces are also irradiated with silicon particles. It is thereby possible to increase the bonding strength of the substrates (301, 302).


Patent
Suga and Bondtech Co. | Date: 2017-03-01

A substrate bonding apparatus (100) includes a vacuum chamber (200), a surface activation part (610) for activating respective bonding surfaces of a first substrate (301) and a second substrate (302), and stage moving mechanisms (403, 404) for bringing the two bonding surfaces into contact with each other, to thereby bond the substrates (301, 302). In order to activate the bonding surfaces in the vacuum chamber (200), the bonding surfaces are irradiated with a particle beam for activating the bonding surfaces, and concurrently the bonding surfaces are also irradiated with silicon particles. It is thereby possible to increase the bonding strength of the substrates (301, 302).


Patent
Tadatomo Suga and Bondtech Inc. | Date: 2011-11-16

A practical bonding technique is provided for solid-phase room-temperature bonding not requiring a profile irregularity of the order of several nanometers, in which a high-vacuum energy wave treatment and continuous high-vacuum bonding are not required. Since an adhering substance layer is thin immediately after a surface activating treatment using an energy wave, a bonding interface is spread by crushing the adhering substance layer to perform bonding, so that a new surface appears on a bonding surface, and objects to be bonded are bonded together. In order to crush the adhering substance layer more easily, a bonding metal of a bonding portion of the object to be bonded requires a low hardness. According to the results of various experiments conducted by the present inventors, it was found that the hardness of the bonding portion which is a Vickers hardness of 200 Hv or less is particularly effective for room-temperature bonding.


[Problem] To provide a substrate bonding technique having a wide range of application. [Solution] A silicon thin film is formed on a bonding surface, and the interface with the substrate is surface-treated using energetic particles/metal particles.


[Problem] To provide a substrate bonding technique having a wide range of application. [Solution] A silicon thin film is formed on a bonding surface, and the interface with the substrate is surface-treated using energetic particles/metal particles.


[Problem] To provide a substrate bonding technique having a wide range of application. [Solution] A silicon thin film is formed on a bonding surface, and the interface with the substrate is surface-treated using energetic particles/metal particles.


[Problem] To provide a substrate bonding technique having a wide range of application. [Solution] A silicon thin film is formed on a bonding surface, and the interface with the substrate is surface-treated using energetic particles/metal particles.


Patent
Bondtech Co. | Date: 2012-07-25

A pressure application technique is provided that enables two objects to be pressurized (e.g., objects to be bonded) to be positioned with greater accuracy before having pressure applied thereto. The objects to be pressurized are moved relative to each other in a Z direction such that the objects are brought into contact with each other (step S13). Then, a horizontal positional shift D between the objects to be pressurized is measured in the contact state of the objects to be pressurized (step S14). Thereafter, positioning of the objects to be pressurized is again performed by moving the objects to be pressurized relative to each other in the horizontal direction, as a result of which the positional shift D is corrected (step S17).


A pressure application technique is provided that enables two objects to be pressurized (e.g., objects to be bonded) to be positioned with greater accuracy before having pressure applied thereto. The objects to be pressurized are moved relative to each other in a Z direction such that the objects are brought into contact with each other (step S13). Then, a horizontal positional shift D between the objects to be pressurized is measured in the contact state of the objects to be pressurized (step S14). Thereafter, positioning of the objects to be pressurized is again performed by moving the objects to be pressurized relative to each other in the horizontal direction, as a result of which the positional shift D is corrected (step S17).


[Problem] Provided is a technique for bonding chips efficiently onto a wafer to establish an electrical connection and raise mechanical strength between the chips and the wafer or between the chips that are chips laminated onto each other in the state that resin and other undesired residues do not remain on a bond interface therebetween. [Solution] A method for bonding plural chips each having a chip-side-bond-surface having metal regions to a substrate having plural bond portions has the step (S1) of subjecting the metal regions of the chip-side-bond-surface to surface activating treatment and hydrophilizing treatment; the step (S2) of subjecting the bond portions of the substrate to surface activating treatment and hydrophilizing treatment; the step (S3) of fitting the chips subjected to the surface activating treatment and the hydrophilizing treatment onto the corresponding bond portions of the substrate subjected to the surface activating treatment and the hydrophilizing treatment to bring the metal regions of the chips into contact with the bond portions of the substrate; and the step (S4) of heating the resultant structure, which includes the substrate, and the chips fitted onto the substrate.

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