Mycronic Receives Order for Two Prexision Lite 8 Evo


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Mycronic AB has received an order for two Prexision Lite 8 Evo from an existing customer in Asia. The order value is in the range of USD 16-21 million. Delivery of the first system is planned for the second quarter of 2025, while the second system is planned for delivery during the third quarter of 2025.

Prexision Lite 8 Evo is designed to meet the requirements for cost-efficient production of photomasks for displays up to G8 mask size.

“The market for less complex photomasks continues to be significant and important. This order, which constitutes part of our replacement program, confirms that the Prexision Lite 8 Evo is well positioned to meet our customers’ requirements for cost-efficient production of photomasks”, says Charlott Samuelsson, Sr VP Pattern Generators at Mycronic.

Mycronic’s Pattern Generators division provides mask writers for display manufacturing and production of semiconductors.

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