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Resist Processes are Very Established and Rarely Changed: Why You Should Change Photoresist

  1. Cost savings initiatives: Reduce the cost of operations and meet annual cost reduction goals.

  2. Risk mitigation for product end-of-life: Mitigate the risk of vendors discontinuing legacy resists.

  3. Secondary source supplier: Alleviate the risks associated with production interruptions due to complete dependence on one supplier.

  4. Stalled innovation: Collaborate on qualifying a new resist to spark and restore optimism to create the “next big thing”.

  5. Competitive edge: Compete in the microelectronics industry by using different quality resists than market competitors.

  6. Meet new application requirements: New requirements required for developing wireless and autonomous sensors.

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