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New Lab to Showcase the ELIONIX 8900FE 3D Electron Beam Roughness Analyzing Microscope

SEMTech Solutions Opens New 3-D Metrology Laboratory

BILLERICA, MA | Posted on May 14th, 2007

EMTech Solutions, Inc., announces the opening of its new metrology lab dedicated to surface roughness analysis. The new lab will include the Elionix 8900FE system that can measure surface roughness deviations from 1 nm to several hundred microns, in addition to offering standard SEM functionality.


SEMTech Solution's main goals in building the dedicated ELIONIX applications laboratory is to conduct in-depth demonstration/training sessions, analyze customer samples, help to facilitate application notes or papers, and act as a test bed for new features. "The major purpose of the lab is to provide the necessary equipment and personnel required so that researchers looking for a new surface roughness metrology technique, which has certain advantages over an AFM in terms of vertical and lateral measurement range, have a solution that they can demonstrate" said Gerry O'Loughlin, President of SEMTech Solutions. "We welcome inquiries for tours and demonstrations."

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About SEMTech Solutions, Inc.
SEMTech Solutions ( http://www.semtechsolutions.com ) is a leading provider of refurbished SEMs, SEM services, and sales representation for leading edge companies. With over 100 years combined SEM experience, our field service engineers located throughout the U.S. are committed to help assure that SEMTech Solutions continues to be our customer’s best business partner. With an active customer base of over 100 companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 industries, we have the electron beam knowledge and services to meet any demand.

For more information about SEMTech Solutions and the Elionix product line, visit http://www.sts-elionix.com , or call 978-663-9822.

ELIONIX, Inc.

ELIONIX ( http://www.elionix.co.jp/englishtop.html ) is a worldwide leading manufacturer of electron beam lithography systems, 3-D surface roughness measurement systems, and other pieces of equipment dedicated to nanotechnology. Located in Tokyo, Japan, ELIONIX is a privately held company, comprised mostly of engineers that are dedicated to developing and producing systems that helps its customer base achieve the creativity and innovation needed to succeed in today’s fast-paced R&D environment.

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Gary Brake
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978-663-9822

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