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Home > Press > Molecular Imprints Enables Low-Cost Patterned Media Manufacturing by Introducing the Perfecta™ TR 1100 Template Replication System

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Shareholders of Harris & Harris Group, Inc., may be interested to know that Molecular Imprints, Inc., has announced today its introduction of the Perfecta™ TR1100 template replication system for patterned media applications.

Molecular Imprints Enables Low-Cost Patterned Media Manufacturing by Introducing the Perfecta™ TR 1100 Template Replication System

New York, NY | Posted on September 2nd, 2009

The Perfecta™ TR1100 enables the mass replication of master imprint templates with high fidelity at a lower cost than that of fabricating the original master template and will provide a key component in the manufacturing infrastructure necessary to produce the next generation of high-density hard disk drives. Molecular Imprints has already sold two Perfecta™ TR1100 systems. You can view Molecular Imprints' press release at news.prnewswire.com/ViewContent.aspx?ACCT=109&STORY=/www/story/09-02-2009/0005086852&EDATE=

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