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Examples of Equipment Refurbishment Opportunities

Many parts critical to front-end semiconductor fabrication (such as electrostatic chucks, wafer pedestals, ceramic heaters and implant wheels) experience wear-and-tear over time. This can cause parts to fail, and replacement can be expensive, both in terms of new parts and in terms of downtime needed to install them. Newer technologies are now available that make refurbishing existing parts a feasible and cost-effective option. Read more

SEMICON EUROPA

Discover how Watlow can help your business move towards a sustainable transformation at SEMICON EUROPA in Munich Germany. Feel free to drop by and learn more about increasing your up-time and performance with our thermal solutions  Find us at booth #717.

A Fresh Look at Accelerating Electrification and the Role the Thermal Plays

The goals of the 2015 Paris Agreement are now playing out, with companies and governments making drastic changes to hit its ambitious targets.

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Working Remotely with Watlow Tools

Watlow SELECT® products continue to ship in five days or less.

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STEM: Building Futures

Building Futures works with the St. Louis youth community teaching and building skills, through STEM project-based learning. They introduce students to career opportunities during their most formative years.

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COVID-19

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Tech ID Python and Machine Learning class

What were the activities?

We learned about coding in Python, created projects like a video game and a machine learning tool that could recognize images, and learned about cryptology.

What was your favorite part?

My favorite part was learning how machine learning works and being able to create my own example of it.

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