27 Apr '13, 1pm

Hand placing flash die to make USB drives

Hand placing flash die to make USB drives

The image above shows a worker populating a set of boards with the flash memory dies. The waffle-grid to the right holds the dies. Each is a tiny glint of a component. The worker is not in a clean room, and is using a bamboo tool to pick up the pieces. [Bunnie] explains that he’s seen the tools before but doesn’t fully comprehend how they work. He figures that the hand-cut manipulator has just the right amount of grab to pick up the die, but will also release it when it touches down on the dot of glue applied to the landing zone on the board.

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2013/04/27/hand-placing-flash-die-to-...

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