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Tool Order: RAVE wins multi-system order for reticle haze removal

20 September 2011 | By Mark Osborne | News > Lithography

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A major independent device manufacturer has placed a multi-system purchase order with RAVE for its ‘Rhazer’ haze removal systems for reticles. The orders were given after an extensive in-fab evaluation of the Rhazer haze removal technology, according to RAVE.

“Our Rhazer tools have been operating with great success for some time in world-class device foundries,” noted Barry Hopkins, CEO, RAVE LLC. “This collaborative effort continues to validate the significant cost and value contribution potential RAVE products bring to our customers.”

The first system has already been installed and accepted with additional systems scheduled for delivery over the next year.

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