Instron offers a variety of grips suitable for performing tensile tests on a wide range of microelectronic components and assemblies including leads, wires, and irregularly shaped products.
Pneumatic Side Action Tensile Grips
Pneumatic action grips clamp the specimen through dual side action movement, actuated by an air cylinder built into the grip body. Gripping force can be controlled by adjusting the input air pressure and remains constant even if the specimen contracts in the gripped area providing the ultimate in 'follow-up' action.
Screw Side Action Tensile Grips
The 2710-100 Series dual-acting screw design accommodates specimens up to 46 mm (1.8 in) thick and can be offset for irregular or asymmetrical specimens such as lap-shear types and component testing.
|Maximum Jaw Face Opening With Serrated Jaw Faces
Micro Pneumatic Side Action Tensile Grips
The micro pneumatic side action grips have one fixed and one moving face that is actuated with a footswitch, freeing up the operator's hands for accurate specimen placement. The grips have a large access area making them ideal for loading miniature specimens such as fine wires, thin films, or single filaments.
|Maximum Specimen Thickness
Pneumatic Lead Pull Tensile Grip
The pneumatic lead pull grip is a parallel action pneumatically operated vice action grip fitted with needle nose jaw faces for lead pull testing.
Wire Pull Hook Fixture
The wire pull hook fixture is designed for wire and wire bond pull testing on microelectronic components. The fixture meets the requirements of MIL-STD-883 method 2011.7 (bond strength - destructive bond pull test) and 2023.5 (non-destructive bond pull test).