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Dicing

Dicing is a metal-cutting process that uses peripheral grinding wheels to profile or cut substrates. The blade widths of such grinding blades can be very thin, with values in the two-digit micrometre range, allowing very fine cuts to be produced.

Dicing blade

A standard blade for silicon cutting consists of a metal matrix (nickel) with embedded diamond abrasive grains with a grain size of 4-6 µm. Blade width can typically vary between 35 – 250 µm depending on the application.