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MEMS Imitates Logic
8/5/2014

MEMS transmission, rack, and polysilicon mirror: The transmission and linear rack elevate the mirror located in the lower-right of the frame. (Image courtesy of Sandia National Laboratories, SUMMiT(TM) Technologies, www.mems.sandia.gov)
MEMS transmission, rack, and polysilicon mirror: The transmission and linear rack elevate the mirror located in the lower-right of the frame.
(Image courtesy of Sandia National Laboratories, SUMMiT™ Technologies, www.mems.sandia.gov)

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chipmonk0
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Insightful & excellent article predicting
chipmonk0   8/6/2014 1:31:06 PM
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the future of MEMS industry. As more players are attracted to the growing MEMS industry there will be larger need for high yield processing and specialization. Higher volume will launch Foundries. Designers will no longer have to dabble in materials & processes which require very different training.

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