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Tool Order: Strasbaugh receives US$3.6 million deal multiple wafer grinders

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

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Strasbaugh has received a US$3.6 million order for multiple nTellect (Model 7AF), 200mm wafer grinding systems. Shipments to the un-specified customer are due before year-end 2009.

"The nTellect is a proven product suitable for a broad range of applications, from conventional semiconductor wafer backgrinding to unique surfacing applications, including hard and exotic materials," said Mike Kirkpatrick, Strasbaugh's VP of Sales and Marketing. "The system's force-adaptive, in-feed wafer grinding technology combined with ultra-stiff air bearings, sub-micron feed rates, and rigid tool construction provides customers with improved surface finish, repeatable thickness control, and reduced sub-surface damage," adds Kirkpatrick.

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