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Mechanical Destacking Technique

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000043248D
Original Publication Date: 1984-Aug-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-04
Document File: 2 page(s) / 34K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Gautesen, VB: AUTHOR [+2]

Abstract

A technique which allows destacking of substrates for inspection/repair without being destructive and able to be performed at room temperature has the following procedures: 1. Firmly lock into the stationary slotted deck clamps 11 the bottom deck of the stack to be inspected or repaired. 2. Firmly lock the top deck into the retractable slotted deck clamps 12. 3. Apply an even force up on the retracting lever 13 which destacks the decks. 4. Inspect/repair the device sealant. 5. Strip the sealant if the substrates are to be re-used. 6. Resume normal subsequent reprocessing, as required.

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Mechanical Destacking Technique

A technique which allows destacking of substrates for inspection/repair without being destructive and able to be performed at room temperature has the following procedures: 1. Firmly lock into the stationary slotted deck clamps 11 the bottom deck of the stack

to be inspected or repaired. 2. Firmly lock the top deck into the retractable slotted deck clamps 12. 3. Apply an even force up on the retracting lever 13 which destacks the decks. 4. Inspect/repair the device sealant. 5. Strip the sealant if the substrates are to be re-used. 6. Resume normal subsequent reprocessing, as

required.

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