Display Research Laboratories (DRL) Selects Temescal Evaporator For Microdisplays

Apr 30, 2001, 01:00 ET from Temescal

    FAIRFIELD, Calif. and BURLINGAME, Calif., April 30 /PRNewswire/ --
 Temescal's BJD-1800 electron beam evaporation system has been selected by DRL
 for use in developing emissive micro displays.  These displays are used in
 near-eye applications such as digital cameras and camcorders.
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     Gregg Wallace, Temescal Business Manager, stated, "The BJD-1800 is a
 flexible and reliable system, which is used for a number of different
 applications.  DRL chose this system based on our experience in developing
 systems for field emission displays with customers like Motorola and
 Candescent."
     According to DRL's Chief Technical Officer, W. Edward Naugler Jr.,
 "Temescal has been known for decades to produce high quality vacuum systems
 for thin-film technology. The BJD-1800 is particularly suited to DRL's new
 Quantum Field on Silicon (QFoS) technology. The deciding factor was Temescal's
 enthusiastic cooperation in adapting its equipment to our requirements."
     Temescal is known worldwide as a leader in thin-film deposition, and
 provides systems and components for coating challenges in semiconductor,
 optical and microelectronic applications. Temescal, part of BOC Coating
 Technology, is a member of The BOC Group, (NYSE:   BOX), the worldwide
 industrial gases, vacuum technologies and distribution services company with
 operations in more than 50 countries and sales last year of $5.8 billion.
 Further information on Temescal products is available at
 www.boc.com/vacuum/coating or by contacting temescal.sales@ct.boc.com.
     Headquartered in Burlingame, California, DRL is a leading developer of
 next generation emissive flat-panel displays.  Visit DRL's website at
 www.drl-usa.com or by contacting info@drl-usa.com.
 
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    FAIRFIELD, Calif. and BURLINGAME, Calif., April 30 /PRNewswire/ --
 Temescal's BJD-1800 electron beam evaporation system has been selected by DRL
 for use in developing emissive micro displays.  These displays are used in
 near-eye applications such as digital cameras and camcorders.
     (Photo:  http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20010430/SFM135
              http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20001020/TEMESCAL )
     Gregg Wallace, Temescal Business Manager, stated, "The BJD-1800 is a
 flexible and reliable system, which is used for a number of different
 applications.  DRL chose this system based on our experience in developing
 systems for field emission displays with customers like Motorola and
 Candescent."
     According to DRL's Chief Technical Officer, W. Edward Naugler Jr.,
 "Temescal has been known for decades to produce high quality vacuum systems
 for thin-film technology. The BJD-1800 is particularly suited to DRL's new
 Quantum Field on Silicon (QFoS) technology. The deciding factor was Temescal's
 enthusiastic cooperation in adapting its equipment to our requirements."
     Temescal is known worldwide as a leader in thin-film deposition, and
 provides systems and components for coating challenges in semiconductor,
 optical and microelectronic applications. Temescal, part of BOC Coating
 Technology, is a member of The BOC Group, (NYSE:   BOX), the worldwide
 industrial gases, vacuum technologies and distribution services company with
 operations in more than 50 countries and sales last year of $5.8 billion.
 Further information on Temescal products is available at
 www.boc.com/vacuum/coating or by contacting temescal.sales@ct.boc.com.
     Headquartered in Burlingame, California, DRL is a leading developer of
 next generation emissive flat-panel displays.  Visit DRL's website at
 www.drl-usa.com or by contacting info@drl-usa.com.
 
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