IPC-7091 Design and Assembly Process Implementation of 3D Components

IPC-7091: Design and Assembly Process Implementation of 3D Components

IPC, Date of Publication: Oct 17, 2017, 108 Pages

The IPC-7091 intends to provide useful and practical information to those who are designing, developing or using 3D-packaged semiconductor components or those who are considering 3D package implementation. The 3D semiconductor package may include multiple die elements—some homogeneous and some heterogeneous. The package may also include several discrete passive SMT devices, some of which are surface mounted and some of which are integrated (embedded) within the components’ substrate structure.

This document describes the design and assembly challenges and ways to address those challenges for implementing 3D component technology. Recognizing the effects of combining multiple uncased semiconductor die elements in a singlepackage format can impact individual component characteristics and can dictate suitable assembly methodology. The information contained in this standard focuses on achieving optimum functionality, process assessment, end-product reliability and repair issues associated with 3D semiconductor package assembly and processing.


Performance-driven electronic systems continue to challenge companies in search of more innovative semiconductor package methodologies. The key market driver for semiconductor package technology is to provide greater functionality and improved performance without increasing package size. The package interposer is the key enabler. Although glass-reinforced epoxy-based materials and high-density copper interconnect capability will continue to have a primary role for array-configured packaging, there is a trend toward alternative dielectric platforms as well as toward combining multiple functions within the same die element. To address this movement, an increasing number of semiconductor die developed for advanced applications now require higher I/O with contact pitch variations that are significantly smaller than the mainstream semiconductor products previously in the market. For these applications, companies are developing interposer technologies that can provide interconnect densities far superior to organic-based counterparts.

Target Audience

The target audiences for this standard are managers, design/process engineers and operators who deal with:

• Implementing 3D semiconductor packaging

• Interposer, substrate and PWB design

• Board-level assembly, inspection and repair processes

IPC-7091: Design and Assembly Process Implementation of 3D Components

IPC 7091 covers: Design and Assembly Process, 3D Components, Package-on-Package, Through-Silicon Via, TSV, System in Package, SiP Wafer-Level Packaging, WLP, High-Density Package-on-Package, 3D Integrated Circuits

Date of Publication:
Oct 17, 2017
File Format:
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Number of Pages:
108 Pages