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How a Microchip is made…

Chip-1Pat from the Manufacturers’ Blog writes “Ah, the tiny but mighty microchip. So small yet so powerful, so central to our everyday life. This week we have an excellent animation from the good folks at NAM member Applied Materials, the largest supplier of manufacturing systems and related services to the global semiconductor industry. Founded in 1967 and honchoed for years by the legendary Jim Morgan — winner of the National Technology Medal, among scores of other honors — they produce microchips here and around the globe.” [via] Link.

8 thoughts on “How a Microchip is made…

  1. I was thinking that might be a good blog, now I see it’s got a wingnut republican political mindset. If the national assotiation of manufacturers thinks that the Republicans are going to help them in any way, they’re nuts.

  2. So just come watch the videos on Saturday and feel the manufacturing vibe! Just sign up for the RSS feed for the video.

    As for our politics, we’ll work with anyone who will help make a better climate for manufacturing in this country. Both R’s and D’s win our legislative excellence award.

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