Manufacturing

GIB

Semiconductor Process Equipment Manufacturing

Over 30 years’ experience in gas delivery systems and process equipment goes into Dakota’s Semiconductor solutions. We design and manufacture upon three pillars: Safety, Scalability, and Synthesis between the laboratory ecosystem and the process equipment.

landing-semiconductor-_0002_2Safety: Dakota was founded to meet the process piping needs of the semiconductor industry specializing in hazardous gas delivery. Not only is quality design and engineering integral to the performance of equipment, but more importantly it is vital to the safety of users. At Dakota we manufacture Semiconductor process equipment with the utmost pride and responsibility. Every Dakota employee undergoes extensive training including a full seminar on our responsibility to the safety of both for our own employees and our customers’ employees. Dakota semiconductor equipment has withstood decades of competing technologies in large part because of the reliability and safety of our equipment.

landing-semiconductor-_0001_3Scalability: Our design for manufacture philosophy, strict ERP documentation, and calibrated-to-demand flexibility all allow our customers to navigate the peaks and valleys of the product lifecycle. When we design a prototype, we design it with scale and manufacturing in mind so you are prepared for opportunity when it arrives. Similarly, our diligent documentation allows us to create identical machinery for repeatable results or design next generation equipment that can leverage existing equipment or infrastructure. The aggregate effect of a Dakota partnership is reliable equipment and a flexible relationship designed to help you succeed

Semi EquipmentSynthesis: With a history in both facilities and process equipment, Dakota has a uniquely comprehensive knowledge of the semiconductor domain from the gas source to the process chamber. This knowledge enables us to design an elegant symbiosis between the ecosystem and the equipment. We design with an ergonomic standard so that the gas delivery system supports both current and future process requirements. Such design elements include adaptable unions at standard distances to accommodate future equipment and modular design for scale and flexibility. The net result is easier installation with minimal on-site welding, improved performance, and an extended lifecycle.