Bonder wedge

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This process uses a flat "wedge" instead of a round capillary. Since no ball is formed at the end of the wire, the bond is only slightly wider than the wire, which is beneficial for high density bonding. As it takes more time per bond than ball bonding, it is only used now for special applications.

First bond

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Second bond

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