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Scientech to add PulseForge Photonic Digital Thermal Processing


PulseForge, Inc. and Scientech have announced a collaboration to integrate Digital Thermal Processing into Scientech's semiconductor equipment portfolio.

PulseForge, Inc. and Scientech have announced a collaboration to integrate Digital Thermal Processing into Scientech’s semiconductor equipment portfolio. Scientech, Taiwan’s leading semiconductor equipment distributor and manufacturer known for its precision solutions, aims to enhance its product offerings with this advanced photonic thermal solution.

PulseForge, renowned for its expertise in applied thermal energy, brings unique soldering, curing, and sintering technologies to the partnership. The addition of photonic digital thermal processing complements Scientech’s portfolio and is expected to bring added value to its customers.

The adoption of photonic soldering, curing, and sintering technologies is gaining momentum as industries seek more precise, efficient, and environmentally friendly manufacturing processes. These techniques offer the potential for better energy control, faster production speeds, and reduced waste compared to traditional methods.

Jonathan Gibson, CEO of PulseForge, expressed excitement about working with Scientech, confident that this partnership will yield strong results for Scientech’s customers in Asia and worldwide. Collaborations with Scientech and PulseForge are expected to play a crucial role in meeting the growing demand for high-performing chips.

According to Scientech, the timing is opportune for introducing the new integrated photonic digital thermal processing approach as it aligns perfectly with the growing trends of 2.5D/3D IC in the semiconductor industry. This innovative solution is expected to play a crucial role in supporting these advanced packaging technologies, leading to notable improvements in product quality and satisfying the increasing market demand.

As these photonic technologies advance and become more accessible, various industries can benefit significantly from their implementation. Areas such as electronics manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, medical devices, and even renewable energy can leverage these technologies to enhance their production capabilities, improve product quality, and decrease overall costs. Collaboration with PulseForge reinforces Scientech’s commitment to providing cutting-edge solutions and solidifies its position as a leading player in the semiconductor equipment market.

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