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Tool Order: Rudolph receives multiple tool orders from China & Asia

24 July 2009 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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New and repeat customers in China and Taiwan have placed orders with Rudolph Technologies ‘Wafer Scanner 3840’ and ‘NSX’ Series back-end inspection tools. Some of the systems have already been shipped.

“The new Wafer Scanner 3840 won a competitive comparison at a China fab based on accuracy and repeatability,” commented Rajiv Roy, Rudolph’s Vice President of Business Development and Director of Back-end Marketing. “In Taiwan, a packaging and test customer with several Rudolph Systems installed, has chosen the WS3840 to meet increasing demand for bump metrology and defect inspection.”

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