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The Changes in our Industry

Michael McCallion

When I first started with Compugraphics way back in September 1984, I was 17, the Red Hot Chilli Peppers had just released their first album, Apple had just launched their famous Macintosh commercial and CMOS was the technology of the time as its low power usage made it particularly popular for use on boards with […]

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IEEE Conference Bangalore

IEEE Conference

Compugraphics exhibited and presented at the second IEEE International Conference on Emerging Electronics in Bangalore last month. The conference boasted a number of speakers, all giving their insight into innovation in India and what technology the world can expect in the next few years. The IEEE invites innovators, both young and old, to share information […]

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Microscopy Training

Jena Microscopy training

Due to a demand for our expertise, we recently announced Compugraphics will be sharing our experience and offering a new workshop service providing tuition on a multitude of subjects. Some of our customers often need assistance with a variety of subjects such as specifying the right photomask, preparing data, photomask handling and much more. In […]

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KNT Conference Oxford

nanotechnology

Compugraphics attended the Micro and Nanofabrication of Next Generation Technologies conference in Oxfordshire in December. The event was hosted by Glasgow University and Kelvin Nanotechnology (KNT) and aimed to highlight the various applications of Nanotechnology. A number of speakers shared insight into their work with Micro and Nanofabrication and how the technologies are shaping the […]

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New Mask Storage Service

Photomask storage

Compugraphics now offers  a reticle storage service that allows customers to store their photomasks in a secure and controlled environment at one of our facilities in the US or Europe. We understand that a lot of our customers use our photomasks and may not have use for them for long periods of time. As throwing […]

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New Compugraphics Workshops

Damaged pellicle

Compugraphics understand how precious time is to our customers and the detrimental effect damaging photomasks, or pellicles, through incorrect handling, can have on production time. Many of our customers require support with ordering and the design of their photomasks which, again, costs valuable time. Because of this, in the New Year Compugraphics is introducing a new […]

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Customer Survey Results 2014

Photomask customer service

Compugraphics would like to thank our customers who took part in our recent Product and Service Evaluation survey. We were overwhelmed with the number of responses and by the positive feedback received. The annual survey provides Compugraphics with valuable insight into our clients’ needs allowing the team to continuously improve the service customers receive. We […]

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Regional News

NMI Supplier of the year award

Compugraphics has offices in: Glenrothes; Scotland, Jena; Germany, Fremont California; USA and Austin Texas; USA. As the year is coming to a close we would like to take the opportunity to reflect on the year and look at some of the accomplishments at each of our facilities. Our Jena office had a lot to celebrate […]

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Diodes Workshop

Diodes Visit

Diodes Incorporated recently visited our Glenrothes facility for Pellicle handling training after informing Compugraphics that they were having problems with Pellicles breaking due to poor handling. Pellicles being damaged in this way is a common problem among our clients and one that costs a lot of time to fix. Without the proper training Photomask users […]

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Rosetta Mission

Rosetta Mission

Compugraphics’ Photomasks Used in Rosetta Mission Compugraphics is beaming with pride after the success of the Rosetta probe mission yesterday. We would like to offer huge congratulations to our client E2V, who developed the CCD imaging devices on board Rosetta using Compugraphics’ photomasks. Rosetta made history yesterday by launching the robot probe “Philae” on to […]

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