BTU International Exhibiting in SEMICON West Smart Manufacturing Pavilion


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BTU International, Inc., a leading supplier of advanced thermal processing equipment for the electronics manufacturing and alternative energy markets, today announced that it will have a Pryamax 100A at the SEMICON West Smart Manufacturing Pavilion. The event is scheduled to take place July 9-11, 2019 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California. The smart manufacturing data-sharing will be enabled by Cimetrix’s Sapience product which runs on the SECS/GEM framework. BTU has supported SECS/GEM protocol for many years and is well-versed in this standard.

Today's explosive growth in data is driving enormous demand for new technologies to analyze and leverage it. At the SEMICON West Smart Manufacturing Pavilion, you'll see and experience data-sharing breakthroughs that are creating smarter manufacturing processes, increasing yields and profits, and spurring innovation across the industry.

BTU’s Pryamax platform is the leader in thermal processing for semiconductor packaging applications such as flip chip reflow and die attach. Pryamax is uniquely suited for these applications due to its superior thermal uniformity and repeatability. In nitrogen capable models the Pyramax boasts the lowest oxygen levels in the peak heating zones enabling the highest yields for these critical process steps.

About BTU International

BTU International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Amtech Group, is a global supplier and technology leader of advanced thermal processing equipment in the electronics manufacturing market.  BTU’s high-performance reflow ovens are used in the production of SMT printed circuit board assemblies and in semiconductor packaging processes. BTU also specializes in precision controlled, high-temperature belt furnaces for a wide range of custom applications, such as brazing, direct bond copper (DBC), diffusion, sintering and advanced solar cell processing. BTU has operations in North Billerica, Massachusetts, and Shanghai, China, with direct sales and service in the U.S.A., Asia and Europe. Information about BTU International is available at www.btu.com.

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