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Vacuum chuck Microporous

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Witte microporous vacuum chucks are the ideal solution for clamping and fixing for measuring and test procedures, for precision machining and in silicon wafer production. Substrates such as RFID films or wafers are not deformed by suction holes, suction grooves, etc. Witte microporous chucks can be heated or cooled, each with appropriate controls. Special systems for transmitted light applications are also available. For microporous surfaces Witte offers a wide variety of materials, for example sintered bronze, ceramics or aluminum. Even black and fluorescent clamping surfaces are available. Applications measuring, checking and machining of thin-walled substrates (e.g., papers, foils, circuit boards, wafers, PCB boards), fine (e.g., optics) and flexible (e.g., rubber) materials measuring and testing pecision machining silicon wafer production Special advantages no deformation of the workpieces, as there are no grooves or holes recessing possible when using a Friction Booster METAPOR © plates available in different qualities Handling modular versions for large clamping surfaces workpiece-specific custom built chucks possible Witte METAPOR © Fields of application: Vacuum clamping technology METAPOR © vacuum clamping systems are characterized by full-surface suction without any bores. Films and foils can be clamped absolutely flat. The pressure drop in the structure makes covering of free surfaces obsolete. METAPOR © is excellently suited for fixing foils and electronic parts as well as a gripper for soft objects.
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