When using a vacuum chuck for a purpose of holding and transporting a workpiece, it is common to connect a hose to the chuck to keep the vacuum drawn. In this case, the hose becomes an obstacle when moving the workpiece while it is still suctioned. It is also difficult to transfer the workpiece to another machine such as a dryer while it is still attached.
In this case, by using a special coupling, it is possible to continue to suction the workpiece even after the air hose is removed after suctioning the workpiece. The system prevents air leaks from occurring even after the hose is removed, thus maintaining the vacuum. Using this method, workpieces that are difficult to handle, such as films, can be moved and various processes can be carried out while being held in place. It can also be used to save air when a workpiece needs to be held in place for a long time.
In addition to the above, Nishimura Advanced Ceramics is also working on the development of new materials and applications for vacuum chucks. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Expected application of VM-6
- Fixing small objects such as semiconductors, MEMS and so on.
- Fixing thin objects such as film, semiconductors, and so on.
- Conveying object by air floating
- Vacuum chuck for machining
Our partial vacuum chuck can solve many problems which were happening when you were using normal vacuum chuck.It will be game changer to increase your productivity.
Competitive point of VM-6
Adsorb and fix smaller objects than the porous chuck itself.
Adsorb and fix several objects at once.
- Beauce of its smooth surface(Ra1.4-2.0), there is no risk of leaving adsorption traces on thin objects.
- Because of its tiny pores (1μm), the porous plate would not be clogged with particles.
If you are interested, please contact us anytime. A free rental sample for testing is available.
Partial adsorbing porous vacuum chuck VM-6 / Ceramic vacuum chuck