• An optical Class 3 device requiring Class 100 assembly. As this Class 3 device goes into human body, small size and compliance with ISO 9001:2015, ISO 13485:2017 are important.
  • This 4 x 8 mm device is in a Class III medical device. Size constraints forced two asynchronous die to be stacked into a recessed cavity and wire bonded. It is like building a ship in a bottle.
  • The customer came to us because the system needed to be assembled in a cleanroom assembly, with extremely accurate die placement.  Die placement is critical because the devices must be placed and mounted in precise increments (x/y/z/theta) to produce accurate results.
  • This application is for molecular diagnostics –  the heart of this analytical system. Our engineering played a substantial role in the process development and DFM in close collaboration with the customer team. The customer came to us with the idea. We enabled it.