"Get Ready Cause Here I Come."

Niemiec, Bob
March 2007
LabTalk;Mar2007, Vol. 35 Issue 155, p24
Trade Publication
The author comments on predicting the state of direct surfacing (DS). As compared with other traditional production methods where the product and process are independent, with direct surfacing they are much more connected. The author mentions that a laboratory owner considering implementing DS should determine the magnitude of the technology.


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