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November 24th, 2006

RIBER: Order for one research machine

Abstract:
Compact12 has a market position at the entry of our machine range. Compact12 is aimed at research laboratories or research institutes in the world to carry out academic or basic research in nanotechnology, or to carry out feasibility work about new materials or new processes. It benefits from the latest innovation in performances and modern solutions to appeal researcher needing an MBE tool: having an attractive cost at purchase as well as operation, easy to use and flexible. It can be use in field such as semiconductor, metal, oxide and organic semiconductor.

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