The use of in-situ lift-out combined with focused ion beam milling has become a favorable choice as it offers several indispensable advantages compared to the conventional mechanical and ex-situ lift-out sample preparation techniques. This paper discusses the procedures of the multiple-post in-situ lift-out grids preparation using a dicing saw. In addition, a real case is described to show that the multiple-post in-situ lift-out grids have been successfully applied to failure analysis. The multiple-post in-situ lift-out grids provide more positions and flatter surfaces for TEM sample mounting. The flat surface greatly increases the mounting efficiency and success rate. For the real case application, a thick Al fluoride oxide layer and Al corrosion were found above the Al bond pads, which had NOSP problem, and their neighbor area, respectively.