Deutsch: Verklebung / Español: Adhesión / Português: Ligação / Français: Liaison / Italiano: Legame /

Bonding is described as the process of connecting wires from the package leads to the chip or bonding pads

-see also:
"Bonding" is in the HS Code "8447"
  Knitting Machines , Stitch-Bonding Machines And Machines For Making Gimped Yarn, Tulle, Lace, Embroid
Ref: 122314/2006-09-19

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