Senju Metal Industry Co. | Date: 2014-09-02
A bump electrode is formed on an electrode pad using a Cu core ball in which a core material is covered with solder plating, and a board which has bump electrodes such as semiconductor chip or printed circuit board mounts such a bump electrode. Flux is coated on a substrate and the bump electrodes are then mounted on the electrode pad. In a step of heating the electrode pad and the Cu core ball to melt the solder plating, a heating rate of the substrate is set to have not less than 0.01 C./sec and less than 0.3.
Senju Metal Industry Co. | Date: 2015-01-15
A solder piece that has a rectangular parallelepiped shape formed by a punching process. Any one of the four surfaces of the rectangular parallelepiped other than the surface on which the shear droop portion generated by the punching process is formed and a surface opposite to the surface on which the shear droop portion is formed is a vacuum pickup surface. Each vacuum pickup surface is a sheared surface and extends along a longitudinal direction of the rectangular parallelepiped solder piece. The solder piece may be located in an open cavity in a supply tape with one of only the four vacuum pickup surfaces exposed to be available for vacuum pickup.
Senju Metal Industry Co. | Date: 2013-12-20
In a gas-intake-port array structure, which enables any temperature fluctuation during conveying time of a printed circuit board, a semiconductor wafer or the like to be reduced and allows the printed circuit board and the like to be very uniformly heated or cooled, a nozzle pattern P
Senju Metal Industry Co. | Date: 2014-06-25
A lead-free solder which can reduce the occurrence of voids and a connecting member which uses the solder and has excellent adhesion, bonding strength, and workability are provided. The lead-free solder alloy has a composition consisting essentially of Sn: 0.1-3% and/or Bi: 0.1-2%, and a remainder of In and unavoidable impurities and has the effect of suppressing the occurrence of voids at the time of soldering. The connecting member is prepared by melting the lead-free solder alloy, immersing a metal substrate in the melt, and applying ultrasonic vibrations to the molten lead-free solder alloy and the metal substrate to form a lead-free solder alloy layer on the surface of the metal substrate. A heat sink and a package are soldered to each other through this connecting member by reflow heating in the presence of flux.
Murata Manufacturing Co. and Senju Metal Industry Co. | Date: 2015-07-27
A solder bump formed on an Ni electrode with the use of a solder ball containing Bi as a main component and Sn as a sub component. The solder ball contains Sn from 1.0 to 10.0 mass % and at most 1.0 mass % of at least one of Cu and Ag. A solder joint portion obtained by use of the solder bump has at least one of Sn and an SnBi eutectic alloy.