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re: EUV litho era begins, but is it ready?
EUV OR BUST   2/2/2011 7:55:51 PM
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http://www.asml.com/doclib/press/asml_20101006_SEMICON_West_2010_ASML_EUVL_final_handout.pdf

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re: EUV litho era begins, but is it ready?
EUV OR BUST   2/2/2011 7:49:33 PM
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Industry is not in trouble, given the fact EUV is a little bit later than planed. I think economic situation is a bigger problem for the future, when it's down there are only a few company's that wil invest in R&D.

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re: EUV litho era begins, but is it ready?
SiFarmer (Ret.)   2/2/2011 6:19:40 PM
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A bit more details please. What's the NXE:3100's laser source and lens material?

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re: EUV litho era begins, but is it ready?
mark.lapedus   2/2/2011 5:01:32 PM
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Is industry in trouble, given EUV is late to the party?

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re: EUV litho era begins, but is it ready?
EUV OR BUST   2/2/2011 2:14:30 PM
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Almost all customers shared interest in euv in 2010: Delivery of the NXE:3100 is another story and only some people at asml knows when delivery of the next system will start. All customers want their tools as early as possible

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re: EUV litho era begins, but is it ready?
resistion   2/2/2011 1:42:01 PM
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Ok, then this would be an important data point. Checking the old news, TSMC declared their interest in early 2010 but did not plan to get it in 2010.

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re: EUV litho era begins, but is it ready?
EUV OR BUST   2/2/2011 9:44:03 AM
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@t resistion. Samsung is the first customer of the NXE:3100

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re: EUV litho era begins, but is it ready?
resistion   2/2/2011 9:17:42 AM
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I knew something else read funny. Didn't TSMC get first NXE:3100 before Samsung?

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re: EUV litho era begins, but is it ready?
double-o-nothing   2/2/2011 7:19:47 AM
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So if I understand it right, the tpt of the preproduction 3100 is 10-12 wph instead of 60, well short of spec.

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re: EUV litho era begins, but is it ready?
resistion   2/2/2011 6:50:10 AM
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Can't claim EUV litho era has started, when no infrastructure exists. 2015 doesn't look feasible anymore. Device damage also hasn't been covered yet.

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