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December 22nd, 2003

Zyvex Expands Nanomanipulation Product Line

Abstract:
Zyvex Corporation today announced the A100 Assembly System, a manipulation and assembly tool which can
be used with either a scanning electron or optical microscope to assemble microscale components. "The A100 Assembly System represents a significant product line extension for Zyvex," said Robert Folaron, Director of Product Development at Zyvex. "Customers will not only benefit from Zyvex's industry leading nanomanipulation capabilities for assembling complex MEMS structures, but will also benefit from the microassembly techniques we've developed through our NIST-ATP program."

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