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  • Parts Access on Assembly Lines
    Modern car production lines are complex and need to be highly efficient. Manufacturers rely on specially constructed cages called stillages to transport components to the right point on the assembly line.
  • Controlling wafer transport in a vacuum environment
    to a profitable return on assets. Nonproductive downtime caused by tool failure or malfunction has a substantial impact on the bottom line. With a minimum of 4 hours to pump down to vacuum after a failure or malfunction, an extraordinary loss of revenue occurs. Considering the fact that large fabs have up
  • Monitoring Flammable Gases and Vapors in Sewage Lines and Treatment Facilities
    Publicly owned treatment works (POTWs) collect wastewater from municipal, commercial and industrial facilities, transport it through a series of contributor pipes, known as a collection system, and deliver it to the treatment plant. Regulations prohibit these facilities from discharging flammable
  • Working in a vacuum
    in a vacuum. This mode of operation is now seen as a means of preventing the transport of contaminating particles between process chambers. Moreover, keeping large parts of a fab line in a vacuum eliminates the time spent pumping down individual process chambers to the required vacuum levels
  • MICRO: Product In Action II (July '2000)
    material handling systems (AMHSs) that transport wafers through the manufacturing lines of Intel, Motorola, and other global semiconductor giants. As a supplier of advanced factory automation systems, PRI has succeeded partly by discovering how rapidly transport vehicles ought to travel in order
  • Converged Optical Ethernet - MultiService over SDH Application (.pdf)
    Most service providers have existing SDH networks that have proven indispensable in serving revenue-critical TDM-based private line services. SDH is firmly established as the technology of choice for general-purpose transport in telecom networks because of its flexibility, reliability, ease
  • MICRO: Expansions and Acquisitions
    Entegris has purchased the wafer- and reticle-carrier product lines of Asyst Technologies for $38.75 million. The purchase includes all intellectual property related to the products. Based in Chaska, MN, Entegris provides protection and transport products and services. Asyst, which is headquartered
  • MICRO:Product Technology News (March 2001)
    , with an added double-sided cleaning system. Prediffusion cleans can be performed with less chemistry and improved end uniformity with the double-sided system. Because the wafers remain untouched during transport, redeposition and cross-contamination are eliminated. Compared with other single-wafer

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