Wafer Metrology Tool
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FRT MicroProf FE - 2D/3D Wafer Metrology Tool | FormFactor, Inc.

FormFactor designed a fully automated wafer metrology tool FRT MicroProf® FE for front-end applications. Learn more about the specific inline solution.

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Beaverton, United States

251-500 Employees

1983

We offer a complete line of premium performance analytical probe stations for on-wafer probing that help increase process performance while reducing cost of ownership. FormFactor’s Contact Intelligence combines smart hardware design, innovative software algorithms and years of experience to optimize probe contact accuracy on-wafer -- enabling true, autonomous test. MEMS probes are the integral elements of our advanced wafer probe cards. FormFactor uses MEMS to build millions of tiny robust electrical springs capable of testing ICs over more than a million contact cycles. FormFactor offers a wide selection of engineering probes to meet the highly demanding requirements of on-wafer and signal integrity applications. Our probes provide durable, high-performance that exceeds expectations.

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FRT MicroProf FE - 2D/3D Wafer Metrology Tool | FormFactor, Inc.

... FormFactor designed a fully automated wafer metrology tool FRT MicroProf® FE for front-end applications. Learn more about the specific inline solution. ...

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„Wafer Metrology Tool“

Wafer metrology tools are instruments used in the semiconductor industry to measure, inspect, and analyze the characteristics of semiconductor wafers, such as their thickness, flatness, and surface topography. These tools use precision optical, electrical, and mechanical techniques to measure the physical and electrical characteristics of a wafer and its components. The data gathered from the metrology tools is used to ensure that the wafers meet the required specifications for the final product.