stitch bonding

stitch bonding

[′stich ‚bänd·iŋ]
(engineering)
A method of making wire connections between two or more points on an integrated circuit by using impulse welding or heat and pressure while feeding the connecting wire through a hole in the center of the welding electrode.
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CFB-1 is a bare copper wire to offer flexible adhesion with excellent connectivity through the optimization of material composition and surface properties, and reduces chipping and stitch bonding (wire connections to circuit boards) peeling that leads to reduced yields in semiconductor manufacturing.
Birla Viscose fiber is used globally in the latest spunlace nonwovens manufacturing processes besides other traditional nonwoven manufacturing including chemical bonding, stitch bonding and thermal bonding.
The company also offers dryers and cylinders and infrared ovens as well as dry resin bonding, hot melt, spunlacing, needlepunching, latex adhesive, powder bonding, print bonding, spray bonding, stitch bonding and thermal bonding equipment.
The techniques of needling and stitch bonding, with names such as Arachne, Arabeva, Maliwatt and VP systems, owe their development to activities in this part of Europe.
Consider the possibility of increasing a needle loom or stitch bonding machine productivity by pre-bonding ultrasonically, allowing reduction of needlepunching or stitch density and increasing productivity without sacrificing quality or, even better, producing fabric with new characteristics.