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Altix is delighted to announce that the CEA-Liten has ordered an Adix SA for fine line applications to be part of the their research activities focused on micro and nano-technologies, smart digital systems and renewable energy.
With their latest DI imaging down to less than 10µm, the Liten branch will be able to take structural electronics prototyping to the next step. This new Adix will be installed inside Liten’s latest generation clean room dedicated to the research & prototyping of new technologies in the sphere of energy and materials.
Frédéric Baradel, Altix VP, confides: “Bringing our Direct Imaging solution to the CEA is a major milestone as we keep pushing our machine specifications for fine-line applications further. Our sub-10µm-capable installed based is growing steadily and will continue to in the years to come.
Altix, a French company located in Val-De-Reuil, Normandy, has been manufacturing cutting edge exposure units since 1991. With more than 600 machines in service worldwide, the company is establishing itself as a leader in image transfer machinery around the globe. Altix has subsidiaries in China and North America to ensure reliable and efficient customer support on all continents. For more information, visit www.altix.fr/en/.
Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
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I-Connect007 Editorial Team
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Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
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