United Kingdom-Swindon: Microelectronic machinery and apparatus

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Tile United Kingdom-Swindon: Microelectronic machinery and apparatus
OJEU (High Value) 471487-2019
Type Additional information
Date Published 2019-10-08
Deadline 2019-11-08 11:00:00
Nature Of Contract Supply contract
Awarding Authority
Awarding Criteria The most economic tender
Procedure Open procedure

Description :
Additional information



Section I: Contracting authority

I.1) Name and addresses:
Official name: UK Research and Innovation
Postal address: Polaris House, North Star Avenue
Town: Swindon
Postal code: SN2 1FL
Country: UK
E-mail: majorprojects@uksbs.co.uk
NUTS code: UKK14
Main address (URL): https://www.ukri.org/

Section II: Object of Contract


Title:

UK SBS PR19072 Flip Chip Aligner

Reference number: UK SBS PR19072

II.1.4) Short description

UK Research and Innovation's (UKRI) Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) develop detectors to cover a broad range of scientific measurement in the X-ray, infrared, visible light, neutron, gamma ray parts of the EM spectrum. UKRI-STFC require a flip chip bonder which will perform the assembly of such a range of radiation sensitive detectors. The detectors generally consist of a 2D array of complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) readout integrated circuit (ROIC), bonded to a geometrically similar 2D array of solid-state sensor material to form a hybrid pixel sensor. In many cases, the ROIC is silicon, but often the sensor is selected to provide specific detection properties for the radiation range being sensed. This means that a wide variety of sensor materials are possible, including but not limited to silicon, germanium, cadmium telluride, cadmium zinc telluride, gallium arsenide and gallium antimonide. Please refer to the tender documents for the full specification.


Section V: Complementary information


Section VI

VI.05.00) Date of dispatch of this notice 2019-10-04
IV.02.01) Notice number in the OJ S 2019/S 191-463632



II.2.4)
Old Value:

UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) develop detectors to cover a broad range of scientific measurement in the X-ray, infrared, visible light, neutron, gamma ray parts of the EM spectrum. UKRI-STFC require a flip chip bonder which will perform the assembly of such a range of radiation sensitive detectors. The detectors generally consist of a 2D array of complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) readout integrated circuit (ROIC), bonded to a geometrically similar 2D array of solid-state sensor material to form a hybrid pixel sensor. In many cases, the ROIC is silicon, but often the sensor is selected to provide specific detection properties for the radiation range being sensed. This means that a wide variety of sensor materials are possible, including but not limited to silicon, germanium, cadmium telluride, cadmium zinc telluride, gallium arsenide and gallium antimonide.

Most of the projects are small volume (1-5 units), high value runs, but it is also required to perform higher volume assemblies of a few 10s, 100s or potentially 2 000-3 000 units. Small volume runs must be accommodated by creating breaks during larger runs, necessitating rapid turn reconfigurations.

The assembly facility is currently going through a major upgrade and will be moving into new custom built premises and looking to build on that improvement by enhancing the bonding and assembly capabilities. Floor space has been allocated with service provision installed for a typical flip chip bonder.

UKRI-STFC has an established flip chip and die placement capability which utilises a range of bond processes but there is a recognised need to future proof the assembly infrastructure, increase the capacity and provide for making process enhancements to enable assembling higher numbers of more densely packed pixels. There are also plans to extend the range of processes which can be supported in the future, giving the ability to offer more than the current core flip chip processes.

Please refer to the specification for the full requirement.

All submissions will be assessed in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, for procurement values that exceed Regulation 5 (Threshold amounts). The contracting authority shall utilise the Delta eSourcing Procurement Tool available at www.uksbs.delta-esourcing.co.uk to conduct this procurement. All enquiries with respect to problems or functionality within the tool may be submitted to Delta eSourcing on 08452707050. Please utilise the messaging system within the e-sourcing tool at the above link. Please note this is a free self-registration website and this can be done by completing the online questionnaire at www.uksbs.delta-esourcing.co.uk

New Value:

UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) develop detectors to cover a broad range of scientific measurement in the X-ray, infrared, visible light, neutron, gamma ray parts of the EM spectrum. UKRI-STFC require a flip chip bonder which will perform the assembly of such a range of radiation sensitive detectors. The detectors generally consist of a 2D array of complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) readout integrated circuit (ROIC), bonded to a geometrically similar 2D array of solid-state sensor material to form a hybrid pixel sensor. In many cases, the ROIC is silicon, but often the sensor is selected to provide specific detection properties for the radiation range being sensed. This means that a wide variety of sensor materials are possible, including but not limited to silicon, germanium, cadmium telluride, cadmium zinc telluride, gallium arsenide and gallium antimonide.

Most of the projects are small volume (1-5 units), high value runs, but it is also required to perform higher volume assemblies of a few 10s, 100s or potentially 2 000-3 000 units. Small volume runs must be accommodated by creating breaks during larger runs, necessitating rapid turn reconfigurations.

The assembly facility is currently going through a major upgrade and will be moving into new custom built premises and looking to build on that improvement by enhancing the bonding and assembly capabilities. Floor space has been allocated with service provision installed for a typical flip chip bonder.

UKRI-STFC has an established flip chip and die placement capability which utilises a range of bond processes but there is a recognised need to future proof the assembly infrastructure, increase the capacity and provide for making process enhancements to enable assembling higher numbers of more densely packed pixels. There are also plans to extend the range of processes which can be supported in the future, giving the ability to offer more than the current core flip chip processes.

Please refer to the specification for the full requirement.

All submissions will be assessed in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, for procurement values that exceed Regulation 5 (Threshold amounts). The contracting authority shall utilise the Delta eSourcing Procurement Tool available at https://uksbs.delta-esourcing.com/ to conduct this procurement. All enquiries with respect to problems or functionality within the tool may be submitted to Delta eSourcing on 08452707050. Please utilise the messaging system within the e-sourcing tool at the above link. Please note this is a free self-registration website and this can be done by completing the online questionnaire at https://uksbs.delta-esourcing.com/


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CPV Codes
31712100; Microelectronic machinery and apparatus;

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