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What is the difference between preheating and prebaking?

Latest Updated:06/01/2007

Question:

What is the difference between preheating and prebaking?

Answer:

Preheating means heating up the semiconductor device ready for mounting and must be carried out using a mounting machine.
Prebaking means baking the semiconductor device before mounting in order to remove any residual moisture. This does not need to be performed for semiconductor devices that have just been removed from their dry pack or for semiconductor devices that don't require anti-moisture control.



For more detailed information on mounting, please see the Semiconductor Package Mount Manual.
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