Global semiconductor shortage spurs run on vintage chipmaking tools

By Stephen Nellis and Hyunjoo Jin

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A young person wondering what to study might consider the field of micro electronics, if there is such a thing.

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Semiconductors should be made like Origami. Then folded into a tiny mass. Origami is also very important for satellites.

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I ran a chip making facility in 1978 for a year. Bad job. Too many chemicals.

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Someone does not understand the connection between origami and semiconductors.

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