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May 7th, 2007

FEI Company: Robust Growth Ahead

Abstract:
Vahan Janjigian (Forbes Growth Investor) submits: FEI Company (FEIC) makes and markets nanoscale imaging, analysis, and prototyping instruments. These products are used in a wide range of industrial, manufacturing, academic, and research applications.

They include focused ion beam (FIB) systems and related software, scanning electron microscopes [SEM], transmission electron microscopes (TEM), and DualBeam systems that combine an FIB and SEM. Specific products include the V600FIB, which is used for circuit modification, sample preparation, and failure analysis applications; the Helios NanoLab DualBeam, a nextgeneration system that offers high resolution imaging and contrast; and the EBS3 DualBeam, a product that integrates a DualBeam system with an electron back-scatter defraction detector and advanced automation software.

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