DELO has developed a new electronic adhesive that is both thermally conductive and electrically insulating and shows good strength even after standardized humidity tests with subsequent reflow cycles. DELO MONOPOX TC2270 ensures fast heat transfer and long-term reliable operation of semiconductors in power electronics.
DELO closed the financial year that ended on March 31 with a turnover of EUR 163 million. This is an increase of almost five percent compared to the previous year (EUR 156 million). Despite increasing coronavirus restrictions worldwide, even the last quarter of the fiscal year contributed to this result.
DELO, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of industrial adhesives for automotive, consumer and industrial electronics applications, has collaborated with PMB, a German-based mechanical engineering company, to create a new additive balancing technology for rotating parts found in electric motors, fans, pumps and turbines. This high-precision process helps bring parts into balance without having to remove any material from the product.
Having further developed its liquid materials, DELO creates new possibilities for liquid additive manufacturing. The high-performance materials providing different functionalities, such as transparency or flexibility can be combined in one printing process, adhere reliably, and have isotropic strength in all printing directions. They are particularly well suited for automotive and microelectronic applications.
Xaar’s Ultra High Viscosity jetting capability is proving instrumental in enabling German-based adhesives specialist DELO to successfully jet materials with viscosities up to 250 mPa·s at room temperature, offering benefits for many industries including consumer and automotive optical applications.
EV Group (EVG), a leading supplier of wafer bonding and lithography equipment for the MEMS, nanotechnology and semiconductor markets, today announced that it is partnering with DELO, a leading manufacturer of industrial high-tech adhesives, in the area of wafer-level optics (WLO). Both companies, well-known for their leading roles in optical sensor manufacturing, are combining efforts to enable novel optical devices and applications, such as biometric authentication and facial recognition, for the industrial, automotive and consumer electronics markets utilizing EVG’s leading lens molding and nanoimprint lithography (NIL) process equipment and DELO’s advanced adhesives and resist materials.