TKC Co., Ltd.

Ansan-si,  Gyeonggi-do 
Korea (South)
  • Booth: A568

"Beyond Equipment Solution of 2/2 Line & Space"
Electroplating equipment pioneer for Semiconductor, TKC.

TKC which has supplied plating and surface processing equipment for mass production since 1996 and succeeded in developing package related plating equipment since 2009 is moving forward to the specialized manufacturing company for mass production wafer plating equipment with productivity and quality competitiveness.


  • AEGIS-1044EP
    The AEGIS-1000 Series ideally offers the exceptional plating thickness uniformity and the improvement of production reliability combined with the UPH competitiveness for advanced packaging products....

  • Wafer size : 4,6,8 and 12 inch, 8/6/24cell
    Application : Bump, RDL, Cu pillar, TSV
    Specification :
    -Excellent uniformity
    -High throughput
    -Various Wafer handling (GWSS, WSS, Si)
    -Competitive cost of ownership
    -Excellent sealing   chemical
    -Quick Delivery for setup
    -Easy Maintenance & Flexibility
    -Convenient User interface
    -Built-in spin rinse & dry unit
    -Equipped with automatic cathode cleaner
    -Optional : automatic chemical dosing system

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