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4/13/2011 09:58 PM EDT
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re: ISPD reveals 3-D, maskless-lithography trends
resistion   4/14/2011 3:09:27 AM
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The figure captions are swapped.

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resistion   4/15/2011 8:30:46 AM
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Thanks for fixing.

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deans_#1   4/14/2011 8:20:28 PM
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Wow, great results reported by Tezzaron! Nice work that clearly demonstrates the benefits of scaling "up" in 3D

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resistion   4/15/2011 8:35:27 AM
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Stacking dies is but one part of the fabrication besides the die fabrication itself. Need to look at the final system, and the whole flow, to see its pluses and minuses.

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deans_#1   4/14/2011 8:22:02 PM
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Not to be a comment troll, but we have lots more on 3D scaling on our site: http://www.monolithic3d.com

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