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Tool Order: U.S.-based IC manufacturer purchases CMP tools worth US$2 from Stasbaugh

20 January 2010 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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A US-based IC manufacturer has placed orders worth US$2 million with CMP equipment specialist, Strasbaugh. The order for multiple tools was said to have been received in December, 2009.

"The order includes multiple production-proven machines that offer high reliability and superior process performance for high volume manufacturing," said Mike Kirkpatrick, VP of Sales, Strasbaugh.

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