Scapa Tapes has recently redesigned its Web site, www.scapatapesna.com, with improved features and expanded information. The site features corporate information, new product information, a complete product index, application and technical information. Visitors can also register on-line to receive the company's new electronic newsletter.
Semiconductor Equipment Corp. offers a series of eight application bulletins on its assembly and rework systems on its Web site, www.semicorp.com. Each bulletin covers a specific application topic: solder flip chip bonding, conductive adhesive attachment of gold stud-bumped flip chips, rework of underfilled flip chips, bonding edge emitting laser diodes using gold/tin preforms, bonding VCSELs using hold/tin preforms, hot gas die rework, picking die from dicing take, and wafer mounting for dicing. The company will also mail copies of the bulletins by request (Fax: 805-529-2193).
MARKEM Corp., a provider of marking and coding systems, introduced a new Web site, www.MARKEM.com, that offers customers a way to identify an equipment solution. The new site offers benefits, features and photos of company products for primary coding and electronic components marking. A frequently asked questions section provides a number of answers to common customer inquiries.
A semiconductor industry portal that provides e-business solutions for the semiconductor industry, semiconbay.com, has been redesigned. In addition to an enhanced interface and user-friendly navigation, semiconbay.com also launched new services, including an on-line career center and “Open Marketplace” where companies can promote and sell reference materials, analyst reports, materials, and consulting services.
McWane and Associates, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, has improved its Web site (www.materialsite.com) to include engineering technical support for welding, brazing, soldering and related materials processing. Several tasks may now be conducted through the Web site for clients, including design, design review, materials selection, procedure qualification and quality requirements.
ASME International (The American Society of Mechanical Engineers) is launching a new online publishing resource outlet. Through this initiative, many of ASME's codes and standards can be purchased and downloaded. The storefront is expected to be available this quarter at www.asme.org. The Society develops, maintains and distributes codes and standards used around the world for the design, manufacture and installation of mechanical devices.