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February 15th, 2006

Mass production breakthrough for Obducatís NIL technology

Abstract:
In view of the need to increase production capacity, one of Obducatís US customers has placed an order for an additional industrial NIL machine (Nano Imprint Lithography). Using the NIL technology provided by Obducat, the customer produces optical components forming part of a consumer electronics product supplied by Samsung, which will be introduced on the market in May 2006. This is a breakthrough for Obducatís NIL technology at mass production.

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