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A "clean room" facility at Georgia Tech ERC

A Class 1000 "clean room" facility at the Georgia Tech Center for Low Cost Electronics PRC

A Class 1000 "clean room" facility at the Georgia Tech Center for Low Cost Electronics Packaging Research (PRC). The prototype lab enables the processing of 300-mm SOP substrates with high-density wiring and integral passives. The Georgia Tech PRC is a nonprofit consortia funded by the National Science Foundation's Engineering Research Centers program, the electronics industry and the state of Georgia.

For more information, visit the Georgia Tech Center for Low Cost PRC website, Here.

Credit: Courtesy Georgia Tech's Center for Low Cost Electronics Packaging Research; photo by Stanley F. Leary

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