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KLA wafer inspection system 'first domino to fall' on road to 450-mm

7/11/2012 09:11 AM EDT
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re: KLA wafer inspection system 'first domino to fall' on road to 450-mm
donaldc104   7/29/2012 7:08:59 AM
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Surfscan inspection is unpatterned and undifferentiated - equally useful for analog, digital, and mixed wafers of any type.

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re: KLA wafer inspection system 'first domino to fall' on road to 450-mm
elctrnx_lyf   7/11/2012 12:14:32 PM
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I believe these wafers are specifically used in fabrication of analog chips. Do we see any rise in the demand for machine vision equipment for high density digital integrated circuit fabrication.

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