Buiding Blocks for Probe Stations or build your own specialized test fixture.

Posted on November 11, 2014


100mm / 4in vacuum chuck + stage for custom probe station or test fixture, chuck gold plated







4" Vacuum Chuck and Stage assembly for probe station. When building your own test fixture or custom probe station this buiding block will solve your thorniest issue.
Stage assembly supplies X-Y and theta adjustments. Chuck will hold down device under test through vacuum. Pattern supports 4", 3", 2" wafers. Vacuum pump will be needed and is not included in this offer.
Ideal for small wafers, 4" or less
Chuck stage front and side adjustable
Chuck theta adjustable
Backlash-free movement
4" stainless steel vacuum chuck
Chuck stage allows 3" x 3" travel in X-Y directions
Chuck theta is adjustable by 30 degrees
50 x 50 mm mounting holes
Net weight: 8 kg or 17.5 lbs

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Operational Requirements: 7 liter/min 250 mmHg vacuum supply

1 year manufacturer warranty

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