Reliable vision instruments are becoming increasingly important nowadays. A semiconductor machine is only as accurate as the quality of its alignment.
As the semiconductor industry demands increasingly higher accuracy, quality demands and the requirements for alignment tools are increasing.
With regards to the semiconductor market, Nedinsco specializes in complex optomechanical systems, assemblies, alignment systems, and measurement and control equipment.
Nedinsco designs and produces alignment grids for semiconductor equipment, laser intensity sensors, corner cubes, laser spot measuring tools, microscopes for wafer inspection and other optical alignment tools. These systems and assemblies are used in xUV lithography machines, mask and wafer inspection and metrology tools, packaging machine tools, etc.
For the design of opto-mechanical tooling for the semiconductor industry, Nedinsco uses its in-house know-how on microscopes, optics, lenses and precision mechanics, which is necessary to achieve the desired accuracy while maintaining a very high level of stability.
Before Nedinsco experts start designing the vision and inspection units, they collect all the necessary basic information, such as pixel resolution, image resolution (over field), Field of View (FOV), Depth of Field (DOF), total system size, allowable illumination type, wavelengths, telecentricity of image and/or object and other details.
Our Research and Development team has extensive knowledge of lithography modules, applications and the technology behind lithography. Their extensive combined knowledge of fine mechanics and optics is crucial to achieving the highest standards of accuracy while maintaining the highest level of stability.
Experts & Advice
Our experts can advise on all required vision specifications for your machine.
Depending on your application, we can help you choose the perfect materials to optimize your production process.
Our engineers have extensive knowledge of semiconductor applications and know, for example, which types of glass to use for optimal results. Their knowledge of fine mechanics is required to achieve the desired accuracy while at the same time maintaining high stability.