COREFLOW TO EXHIBIT AT UPCOMING SEMICON JAPAN 2018 SHOW,

Wedday-Friday, Dec 12-14, 2018, Tokyo Big Site, Tokyo Japan

 

CoreFlow's HQ, Sep 27, 2018 – CoreFlow will exhibit at SEMICON Japan, its advance solutions for non-contact handling in the Semiconductor and FPD industries. The show will take place Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo, Japan on Dec 12-14, 2018.

Please come visit our booth: #5523 in East Exhibition Hall 5.  

 

About CoreFlow Ltd.

CoreFlow is an industry leader in high precision air-floating solutions for critical processes in the Semiconductor and FPD industries. The company develops, manufactures and markets handling, conveying and processing systems used by key equipment manufacturers around the globe.

www.coreflow.com

 

About SEMICON Japan

SEMICON Japan takes place in the heart of the semiconductor supply chain with more than 750 exhibiting companies from Japan and other regions, showcasing innovative solutions for your technology challenges and business success more about.

  

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COREFLOW PRESENTED IN THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES ON ADVANCES IN FLUID MECHANICS

July 10-12 2018, in Ljubljana Slovenia

 

Dr. Boaz Nishri, CoreFlow CTO, and Mr. Ronen Lautman, CoreFlow System Engineer, presented at the 12th International Conference on Advances in Fluid Mechanics, (AFM 2018), which was organized by the Wessex Institute and was held this year in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Dr. Nishri presented CoreFlow's exclusive development, "1D Analytic Model for PV Aeromechanical Systems”. The 1D Analytic Model is based on the analogy between airflow and electric current and was compared in this work with a 3D CFD model. The results prove minor differences only (~3%) between the 1D analytic model and the full CFD analysis while benefitting from very fast performance calculations and low cost of ownership.

Mr. Lautman presented "The Effect of Nozzles Characteristics on PV Aeromechanical Systems". It was found that the nozzles' characteristics play a major role in determining PV performance. Vacuum (V) nozzles should be designed for viscous-dominant performance, while pressure (P) nozzles should be designed for inertial-dominant performance.

CoreFlow's R&D team, led by Dr. Nishri, develops leading-edge aeromechanical technologies and processes that address the growing challenges faced by the FPD and Semiconductors industries, and provide CoreFlow customers with efficient, innovative solutions.

For more details about the 12th International Conference on Advances in Fluid Mechanics, (AFM 2018) visit at:

http://www.wessex.ac.uk/conferences/2018

 

About CoreFlow Ltd.

CoreFlow is an industry leader in high precision air-floating solutions for critical processes in the FPD and Semiconductor industries. The company develops, manufactures and markets handling, conveying and processing systems used by key equipment manufacturers around the globe.

www.coreflow.com

 

About Wessex Institute

Wessex Institute of Technology (a.k.a. Wessex Institute or WIT) is a unique organization whose aim is to develop a series of knowledge transfer mechanisms, particularly directed towards the exchange of information between academics and professional users within the industry.

http://www.wessex.ac.uk/

 

 

 

 

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CORFLOW TO ATTEND INTEX OSAKA JAPAN,

HIGHLY FUNCTIONAL MATERIAL WEEK, May 9th to 11th  2018.

 

Visit us at Intex Osaka Japan at the Highly Functional Material Week on May 9th to 11th where we will present our latest non-contact handeling solutions.

CoreFlow representative is located in the Matsubo Corp booth, No A3-34.

http://d.material-expo.jp/en/Osaka-2018/Product-Search/

 

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COREFLOW TO PRESENT IN DISPLAY WEEK 2018, SID/DSCC BUSINESS CONFERENCE

Monday, May 21, 2018,LA Convention Center CA, USA

CoreFlow's CEO – Mr. Eric Joely – will present at the coming DISPLAY WEEK 2018 Business Conference in Los Angeles Convention Center USA on May 21, 2018.

The increasing demand for polymer and flexible glass displays brings new challenges of conveying and handling flexible substrates in the display manufacturing process. CoreFlow is offering an air floating solutions that can handle flexible substrates and can meet the new demanding challenges.

Mr. Joely will talk in the dedicated session of "Technologies Enabling Next Generation Displays" about innovative handling solutions that were developed by CoreFlow.

For more details about DISPLAY WEEK 2018 Business Conference and agenda visit:

http://www.displayweek.org/2018/Program/BusinessConference.aspx

 

About CoreFlow Ltd.

CoreFlow is an industry leader in high precision air-floating solutions for critical processes in the FPD and Semiconductor industries. The company develops, manufactures and markets handling, conveying and processing systems used by key equipment manufacturers around the globe.

www.coreflow.com

About SID

Society for Information Display is comprised of the top scientists, engineers, corporate researchers, and business people of the display industry, valued at over US$100B annually. SID was formed in 1962 to promulgate display technology, and that work continues today, publishing a monthly Journal of SID, Information Display magazine, and our annual Digest of Technical Papers, which is presented at our annual spring Display Week Symposium and Exhibition. These publications are available online without additional charge for members. More about

 

 

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CoreFlow Develops a non-contact chuck for Semiconductor Silicon Wafers

 

CoreFlow HQ, ISRAEL, 26 Feb 2018 -- CoreFlow Ltd., a leading solutions provider of non-contact advanced handling and conveying systems, has recently released a non-contact semiconductor chuck for silicon wafers processing.

The chuck was developed to address the growing industry demand for elimination of wafer back side contamination (particles free). Utilizing CoreFlow's unique SmartNozzlesTM technology, the silicon wafer floats over the chuck surface at a precise height while it is pneumatically clamped, eliminating back side contamination and friction wear.

The non-contact chuck was successfully tested at a leading semiconductor customer and can be used in various applications such as inspection, metrology, overlay, wafer thinning and more.

CoreFlow's customer stated "using CoreFlow's non-contact chuck in our process significantly reduces backside particles count and hence enhancing our process yield"

“By offering a non-contact platform to the semiconductor industry, Coreflow enables next generation technology," said Eric Joely, Coreflow CEO "As semiconductors become smaller, faster and more efficient, device size shrinks and the need for clean process intensifies. This calls for an “out of the box” solution, a call that Coreflow has answered”.

For more information about the non-contact chuck please refer to

non-contact-chuck-for-semiconductor

 

About CoreFlow Ltd.:

CoreFlow develops, manufactures and markets advanced handling and conveying solutions for Flat Panel Display (FPD) equipment manufacturers including LCD and OLED displays. With more than 700 installations worldwide, CoreFlow’s air floating solutions can be found on the production floors of many top FPD manufacturing fab plants, where they reliably handle the glass panels of the leading display brands. CoreFlow brings several decades of combined aero-mechanical expertise to deliver manufacturing solutions with unmatched quality, accuracy, and stability – solutions that minimize your risk and maximize your manufacturing yield and throughput. CoreFlow's headquarters and research facilities are based in Israel, with sales and support representatives located in Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and China.

Additional information may be found at www.coreflow.com

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CoreFlow Installed a Large Air-Floating Stage for Experimental Testing of Spacecraft Attitude and Orbit Control at Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany

 

CoreFlow HQ, ISRAEL, Nov. 29, 2017 -- CoreFlow Ltd., a leading solutions provider of non-contact advanced handling and conveying systems, recently installed a large air-floating stage at the Institute of Space Systems (IRAS) at Technical University of Braunschweig.

The air-floating stage is aimed to enable the experimental satellites to simulate a weightless environment by floating them on air cushions. Unlike most of existing air-floating stages where an experimental satellite requires a separate supply of compressed gas to form the air cushions for themselves, the CoreFlow's air-floating stage at IRAS generates itself air cushions to support the test facilities. Thus long-term simulations are possible for the experimental testing of spacecraft attitude and orbit control.

The installed stage area size is 4 x 7 meters and can float experimental satellite mockups at a minimum floating height of 50 microns above the surface, with a maximum weight of 30Kg, allowing experimental satellite mockups to experience rotational and translational degrees of freedom. 

"CoreFlow air floating stage allows us to successfully run experimental satellites to experience rotational and translational freedom." said Prof. Enrico Stoll, Head of IRAS, "Orbital debris is a growing concern in spaceflight. Thanks to the CoreFlow system we are coming closer to our goal of developing new technologies for active debris removal"

 

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About CoreFlow Ltd.:

CoreFlow develops manufactures and markets advanced handling and conveying solutions for Flat Panel Display (FPD) equipment manufacturers including LCD and OLED displays. With more than 700 installations worldwide, CoreFlow’s air floating solutions can be found on the production floors of many top FPD manufacturing fab plants, where they reliably handle the glass panels of the leading display brands. CoreFlow brings several decades of combined aero-mechanical expertise to deliver manufacturing solutions with unmatched quality, accuracy, and stability – solutions that minimize your risk and maximize your manufacturing yield and throughput. CoreFlow's headquarters and research facilities are based in Israel, with sales and support representatives located in Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and China.

Additional information may be found at:   www.coreflow.com

 

About the Institute of Space Systems (IRAS):

The Institute of Space Systems’ (IRAS) research objective is the sustainable use and the safety of space infrastructure during design, operations, and disposal. IRAS is part of Technical University of Braunschweig and focuses on orbital dynamics of all objects on Earth orbits (space debris), orbit survey and orbit prediction, especially for light satellites and the re-entry of hazardous objects. The Space Debris workgroup belongs to the leading experts in the field of Space Debris modeling.

www.space-systems.eu

 

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COREFLOW TO PARTICIPATE IN IHS 2017 CHINA DISPLAY CONFERENCE – Shanghai, September 7-8

CoreFlow CEO – Mr. Eric Joely – will present in the coming 2017 IHS China Display Conference at The Intercontinental Shanghai NECC, China on September 7-8, 2017.

The increasing demand for polymer and flexible glass displays brings new challenges of conveying and handling flexible substrates in the display manufacturing process. CoreFlow is offering an air floating solutions that can handle flexible substrates and can meet the new demanding challenges.

Mr. Joely will talk about "High Precision Handling Solutions for Thin and Flexible OLED Substrates" that were developed by CoreFlow.

For more details about IHS 2017 China Display Conference and agenda click here.

 

 

About CoreFlow Ltd.

CoreFlow is an industry leader in high precision air-floating solutions for critical processes in the FPD and Semiconductor industries. The company develops, manufactures and markets handling, conveying and processing systems used by key equipment manufacturers around the globe.

www.coreflow.com

 

About IHS

IHS Markit is the leading source of information and insight in critical areas that shape today's business landscape. Customers around the world rely on us to address strategic and operational challenges.

www.ihs.com  

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