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u·ni·ver·sal in·stru·ment

(yūni-vĕrsăl instrŭ-mĕnt)
Tool or device that can be used on all dental surfaces.
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Northrop Grumman, Parker Hannifin Aerospace, Stellex Monitor Aerospace, Telephonics, and Universal Instruments.
RH: Unovis started operations on July 19, and was formed by merging the Advanced Semiconductor Assembly division, the Odd-form and Final Assembly division and the SMT Laboratory of Universal Instruments with the Direct Products division of Hover-Davis.
22 /PRNewswire/ -- Universal Instruments Corporation today announced that it has acquired Alphasem, a Swiss manufacturer of Semiconductor Equipment specializing in Die Attach Systems.
NEW YORK -- Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP obtained a complete defense victory for its client Universal Instruments, a subsidiary of Dover Corporation, following a three-week jury trial in federal court in Texas -- plaintiffs' home court and one of the most hostile jurisdictions in the nation for defendants, according to the American Tort Reform Association.
The three lines include Universal Instruments GSM pick-and-place machines, Speedline UltraPrint 2000 HiE printers, ERSA soldering equipment (HOTFLOW for reflow and EWS 500 for wave) and one YesTech YTX-3000 x-ray.
Customers include: Kulicke & Soffa, Universal Instruments, and Motorola in the United States; Siemens in Germany; Philips N.
Shawn Robinson is manager, GSM product sales, and James Lamuraglia is systems engineering manager with Universal Instruments Corp.
A profit decline of approximately $20 million at Universal Instruments from their all-time record last year was not quite offset by growth at other DTI companies and by the profit addition from Imaje and ATT-Frequency Products both of which were purchased in the second half of 1995.
Frost & Sullivan's recent analysis program, 'Growth Opportunities in the SMT Placement Equipment Markets,' selected Universal Instruments Corporation as the recipient of the 2004 Award for Customer Service Leadership.
Authors: Peter Borgesen, Universal Instruments Corp.
chairman and founder, added: "The process of integrating our new Embedded Process Verification (EPV(TM)) inspection technology into the new-generation robotic assembly platform of Universal Instruments Corporation is proceeding on schedule.
Jeffrey Forster of Universal Instruments, a 14-year member of SMTA and a founder and officer of the Oregon Chapter, will receive the Member of Distinction Award.
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