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Colorado Springs, CO — Virtual Industries is exhibiting its lineup of manual vacuum handling solutions, including the TWEEZER-VAC® Elite and ADJUST-A-VAC® Elite. The TWEEZER-VAC Elite (TV-1500-


ELITE) was developed in response to customer concerns about firmly grasping critical compo- nents and not dropping them due to a vacuum leak. This vacuum tweezer uses an integrated 10-segment bar graph display that shows the vacuum level present during operation. The vacuum port contains a user-replace-


able inlet filter that protects the machine from dust particles. The TWEEZER-VAC Elite is available in various kit sizes, depending on the handling application. Kits are available in 110 or 220V operation. The ADJUST-A-VAC Elite (AV-5000-MW8) was developed to aid in the manual handling of


Marposs Develops Non-Contact Gauging Probe


Auburn Hills, MI — Marposs is dis- playing its new non-contact gauge (NCG), which is used for controlling the thickness of different transpar- ent parts, such as glass, plastic or sil- icon wafers during production. The NCG probe can withstand harsh manufacturing environments, inclu - ding direct contact with water and residual particles. Benefits of the probe include:


ensuring target tolerances during part production, optimizing cycle time, maintaining and controlling productivity, compensation for any production drift, and production tracking.


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Non-contact gauge for transparent materials.


The probe is based on interfero-


metric technology, which causes the phenomenon of interference in order to extract information. In the NCG, lightwave trains are emitted from a single source and reflected at the boundary of the object being meas- ured. They then combine, causing interference, which allows the sys- tem to identify reflective changes and surface irregularities. The NCG probe enables the layer thickness of transparent materials to be calculat- ed with nanometer precision. The use of an infrared light source also enables the measurement of opaque


materials with the probe. Contact: Marposs Corp., 3300


Cross Creek Parkway, Auburn Hills, MI 48326 % 248-370-0404 E-mail: marposs@us.marposs.com Web: www.marposs.com


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thin and delicate substrates, wafers, MEMS devices, and other fragile compo- nents. This vacuum tweezer allows the operator to adjust the vacuum level from just below atmospheric pressure to up to 10 Hg, depending on the fragility of the part being handled. Like the TWEEZER-VAC Elite, the


system has an integrated 10-segment bar graph display and replaceable inlet filter that protects the tool from dust during operation. Kits are also available in both


110 or 220V operation. Contact: Virtual Industries, Inc.,


2130 Victor Place, Colorado Springs, CO 80915 % 719-572-5566 fax: 719-572-5504 E-mail: nmendez@virtual-ii.com Web: www.virtual-ii.com


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