Camtek Receives Multiple Orders for its New Eagle-i System


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Camtek Ltd., today announced the receipt of multiple orders totaling over three million dollars for the Eagle-i, its new generation of 2D surface inspection and metrology system, from a world leading Outsourced Semiconductor Assembly and Test (OSAT).

Installation of these systems began in the first quarter and is expected to be completed by July 2015.

Ramy Langer, Vice President and Head of Camtek's Semiconductor Division, commented, "This multiple order from a leading customer is aligned with our growth strategy to increase our 2D defect detection market share. We are in the process of adding new capabilities to the Eagle-i, with the goal of providing our customers with the leading and most comprehensive solution that meets both their 2D and 3D inspection and metrology requirements."

Continued Mr. Langer: "Camtek continues to increase its activity at major OSATS, which supports its projection for double-digit growth in the Semiconductor division in 2015."

About Camtek Ltd.

Camtek Ltd. provides automated and technologically advanced solutions dedicated to enhancing production processes, increasing products yield and reliability, enabling and supporting customer's latest technologies in the Semiconductors, Printed Circuit Boards (PCB) and IC Substrates industries.

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