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Rite Track receives its largest single legacy track system order

24 June 2008 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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LegacyRite Track has announced its largest multi-product single order from an unnamed North American company. The order was for more than 12 combined SVG and TEL legacy track systems for use in 150mm applications. The SVG system provides simple serial wafer flow processing while the TEL system provides for a compact random-access wafer transfer capability.

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