Dublin nanotech firm moves into plasma process Monitoring equipment helps firms save on scrappage
Impedans, the Dublin-based maker of monitoring equipment for nano-manufacturers, is in the early stages of adapting its technology for integration with plasma process monitoring machines.
“Our mission is to integrate our technology with all plasma-processing machinery,” said David Gahan, co-founder and chief technology officer at Impedans.
“Plasma process machines are used in a number of manufacturing industries. One of our biggest markets is semiconductor chip manufacturing, but plasma processing is also used in...
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