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TWO-PIECE STACKING PIN ALTERNATIVE FOR PRINT ARRAY SPACING

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000027769D
Original Publication Date: 1999-Aug-31
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2004-Apr-09
Document File: 2 page(s) / 50K

Publishing Venue

Xerox Disclosure Journal

Abstract

Disclosed is a two-part pin system used during a stacking operation when fabricating Thermal Ink Jet (TU) arrays. By using die to substrate equipment pin 12 and 14 shown in the accompanying figure insert from the bottom of substrate 2 prior to placement of die 4. This establishes datum 20 during the primary die bonding process. Thereafter, substrate 2 reroutes to the die to substrate equipment where substrate 2 is staged on the previously installed pins 12 and 14. Pin 16 and 18 now insert from the top of substrate 2 to establish datum 22.

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XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

TWO-PIECE STACKING PIN ALTERNATIVE FOR PRINT ARRAY SPACING
Paul Masucci

Proposed Classification
U. S. C1. 347/012 Int. C1. B41j 29/38

              76 78 4 \ \

72 74

Disclosed is a two-part pin system used during a stacking operation when fabricating Thermal Ink Jet (TU) arrays. By using die to substrate equipment pin 12 and 14 shown in the accompanying figure insert from the bottom of substrate 2 prior to placement of die 4. This establishes datum 20 during the primary die bonding process. Thereafter, substrate 2 reroutes to the die to substrate equipment where substrate 2 is staged on the previously installed pins 12 and 14. Pin 16 and 18 now insert from the top of substrate 2 to establish datum 22.

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