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8/12/2014

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A nanoceramic substrate.
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nickflaherty
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Re: Good for LED
nickflaherty   8/14/2014 9:04:45 AM
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That's definitely one  of the target markets, and that's a big manufacturing challenge. Although they do have manufacturing capacity just outside Cambridge, addressing all the different LED applications is a huge issue, which is why they are talking about these 'embedded' manufacturing lines

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Good for LED
daleste   8/13/2014 10:07:59 PM
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This looks like a good solution for LED lighting.  The heat sink requirements are a problem.  Maybe this is the answer that is needed.

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