Obducat to provide NIL stampers to Samsung

Nanoimprint lithography (NIL) toolmaker Obducat inked a development agreement this week with Samsung Electronics to provide stampers, the master patterns used in the mass production of DVDs and other optical data storage discs, for its next generation of Blu-Ray DVDs, which will achieve capacities o...

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