Cofired Ceramic (HTCC)

THE HIGH TEMPERATURE COFIRED CERAMIC (HTCC) PROCESS

High Temperature Cofired Ceramic (HTCC) technology is a perfect match for the increasingly complex micro-electronics and opto-electronics designs used in harsh environments.

Density of interconnection make it possible to miniaturize design where traditional GTMS solutions fail.

Its very high frequency capabilities through design make it ideal for high speed data transmission networks.

HTCC production and R&D are fully integrated at our Bollène (France) site and  in Cambridge (USA).

Egide handles all process steps in-house on its proprietary HTCC technology: the transformation of the raw ceramic in a class 10,000 clean room, via and window punching, screen printing of the conductive tracks, pressing, and cutting.

Conductive inks are developed and made internally. Then coming to the final ceramic through a proprietary firing process.