SEMICON Europa 2021: Advanced materials and solutions by Kyocera
The fine ceramics specialist Kyocera will participate in this year's SEMICON Europa 2021 in Munich, Germany. As Europe's largest trade fair focusing on electronics manufacturing, it will take place from 16 to 19 November.
- Fine Ceramic Components
Kyoto/London - This November, the Japanese technology company Kyocera will participate in SEMICON Europe 2021 trade fair and present various solutions and fine ceramic materials used in the field of electronics manufacturing.
Since its foundation in 1959, Kyocera has supplied components for a wide range of markets. Through continuous research and development based on fine ceramics, the company supports industrial equipment, communication devices, medical equipment and renewable energy equipment, among others. Kyocera offers over 200 different formulations and compositions of ceramics such as aluminium oxide, aluminium nitride, cermet, forsterite, mullite, sapphire, silicon carbides, silicon nitride, aluminium titanate, yttrium oxide and zirconium oxide. Kyocera’s wide range of technologies in the field of process technology; include dry pressing technology, cold and hot isostatic pressing, injection moulding, foil casting and metallization of ceramics. These technologies will be showcased at the trade fair in Munich in hall B1 at booth number B1830.
Kyocera has global, fully vertically integrated, facilities to manufacture fine ceramic components in Japan, USA and Europe for almost all semiconductor equipment related applications. Most recently, two production sites have also been acquired in Germany. By utilizing its extensive competence, Kyocera is offering a broad variety of products ranging from large-scaled frame components in equipment structures of lithography and metrology machines, various plasma resistant components used in the harsh environments of etching and deposition, as well as numerous other functionally and dimensionally precise components which are either touching or handling wafers in the semiconductor related manufacturing process. With its global footprint, Kyocera is able to respond quickly and collaboratively to clients locally and satisfy the growing market demand for fine ceramic components in this industry’s supply chain.
Kyocera Booth Outline
Booth # B1830
|Date||November 16-19, 2021