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Photochemical Machining (PCM)
Tecan is now producing high-accuracy bespoke semiconductor leadframes
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 25 June, 2006
Tecan is now routinely producing high-accuracy bespoke semiconductor leadframes which deliver a range of inherent benefits compared to traditional 'stamped' products.
 
New cost effective RFI screening solutions
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 25 June, 2006
Radio-frequency interference is a key consideration for electronics engineers, who need to satisfy individual screening needs quickly, efficiently and in line with electromagnetic compatibility directives.
 
Single source for high performance hybrid package lids
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 24 June, 2006
Critical to the success of manufacturing semiconductor and optoelectronic hybrid packages are their lids, which must be highly accurate and exact fits, to ensure electromechanical integrity. Traditionally, manufacturers of hybrid packages, or tubs, buy the lids separately and may have to use more than one sub-contract source for specialized finishing, such as electroplating. The time and logistical problems associated with these supply methods have now been solved by single-source specialist, Tecan.
 
Labyrinth RFI screening at design stage pays dividends
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 24 June, 2006
Increasing demand on design and development teams associated with the screening of RF and microwave circuitry has led to the development of labyrinth and lid RFI screening, a board-level multi-cavity shielding concept developed and produced by Tecan.
 
New low-profile PCB screening cans and enclosures
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 23 June, 2006
Low-profile PCB screening cans and enclosures, which can be re-flowed with conventional and SMD components, are now available from Tecan.
 
New PCB rework stencils which ensure accurate and repeatable printed results, for single component footprints
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 23 June, 2006
PCB rework stencils which ensure accurate and repeatable printed results, for single component footprints such as QFP's, PLCC's, BGA's,
 
Combinational stencils satisyfy current & next generation needs
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 22 June, 2006
A combination of proven design features present the most efficient way of ensuring solder paste printing stencils offer the best possible performance when faced with present-day and future challenges facing PCB manufacturers, says Dorset based market leader, Tecan.
 
Leading drive manufacturer replaces all stencil frames with Genesis
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 22 June, 2006
Stencil technology leader, Tecan is celebrating a major coup with the news of a deal which has seen both its revolutionary Genesis frame and multi-level stencils adopted exclusively by world-leading electronic drive manufacturer, Control Techniques. The highly successful Tecan frames and stencils are now used company-wide by the specialist manufacturer.
 
Tecan recognised for market-leading expertise, in design & manufacture of high-precision micro metal components
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 21 June, 2006
Recognition of its market-leading expertise, in the design and manufacture of high-precision micro metal components, has been afforded to Weymouth based Tecan. The company is the only Photo ElectroForming specialist to have been accepted into an elite group of 36 companies in the recently launched EU initiative, MASMICRO, an EU-FP6 Integrated Project with a duration of four years.
 
New stencil technology improves paste release and definition
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 21 June, 2006
Subtle stencil design enhancements have been introduced by leading specialist manufacturer Tecan, actively promoting better aperture filling and printed deposit definition, leading to improved consistency across the printing process.
 
New sieves and meshes, for the most demanding medical, pharmaceutical and bio-engineering needs
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 20 June, 2006
Sieves and meshes, for the most demanding medical, pharmaceutical and bio-engineering needs, are now available from Tecan. They can be produced in standard and bespoke forms to offer, screening, filtering and particulate processing accuracy levels which are unmatched in the industry.
 
Microstructure specialist Tecan, has manufactured over 2,000,000 microscopic calibration bars
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 20 June, 2006
In response to an unusually challenging customer request, Dorset based microstructure specialist Tecan, has manufactured over two million microscopic calibration bars with sub-micron tolerances, for a leading chemicals manufacturer.
 
Tecan has developed an environmentally friendly process for the anodising of titanium parts
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 19 June, 2006
At its dedicated
 
Next generation mesh pushes research boundaries to new levels
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 19 June, 2006
Weymouth based ultra-fine metal mesh specialist, Tecan, has won favour with the world's leading mass spectrometer manufacturers through its ability to produce cost-effective customised precision meshes with a range of benefits compared to traditional mesh.
 
Tecan has produced two crucial parts for a specialised new timepiece
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 04 August, 2004
Weymouth based precision metal micro-part specialist, Tecan, has produced two crucial parts for a specialised new timepiece which has to withstand extreme temperatures at both the North and South Poles. The parts were commissioned for modern-day Polar explorer Jorgen Amundsen, a direct descendant of Roald Amundsen, the first man ever to set foot on the South Pole, December 14th 1911.
 
Versatile optical encoder disc facility produces optimum results
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 26 July, 2004
Optical encoder disc designers and specifiers requiring cost-effective, accurate and durable solutions, now have access to what is believed to be the most versatile manufacturing facility in Europe. Custom-designed optical encoder discs are routinely manufactured by Tecan in prototype through to volume quantities for a wide array of highly-accurate motion control, positioning and measurement applications.
 
Micro part specialist delivers micro-acoustic application success
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 22 June, 2004
Enhancing its growing reputation as a world leader, micro-part specialist Tecan has highlighted its Photo ElectroForming expertise with the development and delivery of a customised micro-acoustic mesh device for a major OEM.
 
Tecan has manufactured over two million microscopic calibration bars
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 16 April, 2004
In response to an unusually challenging customer request, Dorset based microstructure specialist Tecan, has manufactured over two million microscopic calibration bars with sub-micron tolerances, for a leading chemicals manufacturer.
 
Microcomponent specialist creates growth
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 11 December, 2003
In the first year since opening its dedicated
 
Fast RFI Solutions spring from standard-pitch cans
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 27 November, 2003
Standard-pitch screening cans for the most demanding applications are now available off-the-shelf from leading specialist, Tecan. They offer design, development and production engineers a fast and effective means of sourcing radio frequency interference screening solutions at optimum cost.
 
Ultra-clean lids are critical to success of hybrid whole
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 04 November, 2003
Ensuring expensive hybrid electronics packages are encapsulated with an enclosure system that does not compromise the package or its contents has not traditionally been as easy as it may first appear. Hybrid package lids are often manufactured by third parties and with varying degrees of compatibility.
 
Best-in-class surface finishing from in-house expertise
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 17 October, 2003
A combination of in-house plating, unparalleled surface finishing expertise and X-ray analysis have brought about a significant business coup for Dorset based specialist, Tecan. As a recognised leader in the field of photo-chemical machining, the company has justified the importance and cost-efficiency of in-house plating, providing a range of tangible value-added benefits for its customers.
 
Comprehensive PCB rework solutions from a single source
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 17 September, 2003
PCB rework tools can take many forms; to source them all from a single supplier has not traditionally been easy. From its diverse portfolio, established specialist Tecan offers a comprehensive selection of time and cost-saving alternatives, from mini rework stencils to reflow reflector shields.
 
Deposition mask display significant advantages
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 04 September, 2003
Continuing its advance into the provision of next-generation display solutions for the most demanding applications, Dorset based Tecan is experiencing increases, both in interest, and orders, for electroformed vacuum deposition masks, making it a front runner in the race for advanced display technologies.
 
Wafer produces first spot potential of microreplication
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 12 August, 2003
At its world-leading Microstructure Division in Dorset, UK, Tecan is experiencing significant interest from lateral thinking designers and OEMs due to its proven ability to produce ultra-fine electroformed parts for next-generation micro-applications. First-wave tangible acceptance of the technology is already being shown by wafer foundries and fabrication houses as they embrace the new techniques to produce duplicate 'families' for various undisclosed replication purposes.
 
Fast prototyping and pre-production validation
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 18 July, 2003
Offering prototype micro metal parts and concept part validation services, Dorset based photo-chemical machining specialist, Tecan, can despatch components as fast as five working days from receipt of order.
 
Wafer-bumping stencils maintain accuracy on 300mm format
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 06 June, 2003
In addition to the supply of standard wafer-bumping stencils, proven specialist Tecan is now producing stencils in the next-generation large format, of 300mm x 300mm (12in x 12in), while maintaining close tolerance and high resolution across the whole image. The ultra-accurate stencils are produced by electroforming, resulting in mirror-finish aperture walls, which ensure optimum solder paste release characteristics when depositing solder paste directly onto silicon wafer die.
 
New literature bonanza from interactive web site
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 26 March, 2003
For over three decades, Dorset based Tecan has built an unsurpassed global reputation in the provision of RFI screening, solder paste stencils, photo-etching and electroforming to produce high-accuracy micro-specification and micro-size metal parts. A wealth of data is now available across these application areas from the company's new interactive web site, in the form of quick and easy to download PDF files, from your own PC / printer.
 
PEF stencils optimise paste release in high-volume production
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 19 March, 2003
At the forefront of design and manufacture, Dorset based Tecan is consistently producing what may be regarded as the most efficient stencils in the world today. Using leading-edge photo-electroforming techniques, stencils are being produced for the most demanding high-volume multi-component PCB production requirements, ensuring optimum paste release from a single squeegee pass.
 
RFI screening solutions enter next-generation arenas
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 06 January, 2003
Furthering its reputation for innovative RFI screening solutions, Tecan Components, has developed new concepts and designs for traditional and next-generation applications, optimising considerations such as maintenance access, PCB real estate, crosstalk, EMC, microwave labyrinths and lead-free needs.
 
Stencil storage system saves 90% space on the line
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 12 December, 2002
To satisfy the increasing industry demand for re-mountable stencils, Weymouth based Tecan has developed a range of modular line-side storage systems offering space savings of 90% compared to traditional meshed or fixed-frame stencils to provide a clean and controlled holding environment.
 
Pin-in-hole reflow specialist proves fit-for-purpose stencils
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 30 October, 2002
As the PCB manufacturing industry increasingly adopts the beneficial concept of pin-in-hole reflow, Dorset based stencil specialist Tecan, continues to boost its share of this developing new market, by providing feasible custom stencil solutions.
 
Black anodising for leading air-bearing specialist
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 25 September, 2002
Weymouth based metal finishing specialist, Tecan, has supplied tens of thousands of defect-free black-anodised aluminium parts, to the world-leading high-precision engineering company, Air Bearings Limited, Poole, Dorset.
 
New high-performance evaporation masks
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 23 July, 2002
High-performance evaporation masks, for use across a wide range of selective vacuum chamber processes, such as the deposition of gold and silver on various substrates, have been developed by Tecan.
 
Tecan Components has developed new concepts and designs for traditional and next-generation applications
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 11 July, 2002
Furthering its reputation for innovative RFI screening solutions, Tecan Components, has developed new concepts and designs for traditional and next-generation applications, optimising considerations such as maintenance access, PCB real estate, crosstalk, EMC, microwave labyrinths and lead-free needs.
 
Re-work stencils assure single shot success
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 30 June, 2002
Mini Rework Stencils, designed and manufactured by Tecan, guarantee accurate and repeatable printed results for components such as, QFP's, PLCC's, BGA's, uBGA's and SM connectors when replaced during PCB rework operations.
 
Ultimate QA validates leading-edge stencils
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 21 May, 2002
Stencil specialist, Tecan, has installed the latest and most advanced automatic optical inspection system, as part of its ongoing commitment to ensuring its entire stencil products and services policy continues to meet the demands of both today and the future.
 
Reflow reflector shields confirm feasibility of PIHR
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 14 March, 2002
Pin-in-hole reflow, the technique of soldering both SMD and traditional leaded components in a single operation, has been confirmed as eminently feasible with the introduction of thin-metal reflector shields, which simply drop over temperature-sensitive components to protect them from thermal damage.
 
Stencil cleaning frame optimises efficiency
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 05 March, 2002
A highly-effective frame system, specifically for handling solder paste/glue stencils during the cleaning process, has been developed by Weymouth based specialist Tecan Ltd.
 
High quality surface finishing at optimum cost
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 31 January, 2002
A dedicated new
 
Tecan has introduced new surface plating options
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 24 January, 2002
Dorset based specialist, Tecan, has introduced new surface plating options for its high-performance evaporation masks, delivering significant increases in operational life by virtually eradicating damage from current cleaning processes.
 
Significant new demand for electroformed parts
Photochemical Machining (PCM) : 24 January, 2002
Micro-engineered electroformed metal parts are gaining rapid ground, where traditional machined components cannot compete. Across a vast range of applications in electronics design and manufacturing they offer new and unprecedented cost/performance ratios with unparalleled performance characteristics.
 
 
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