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Giving precision its name

Micro-Mechanics supplies tiny parts for machines making the world's sensors and memory chips.
Monday, May 15, 2017 - 05:50

"There's no competitor we're scared of, but many small competitors are trying to come in," says Mr Low (right), seen here with Mr Chow. "Whenever we have a semiconductor show, we're always the lao da ge (Mandarin for big brother)," he adds.

DEEP inside an industrial building in Kaki Bukit is a S$500,000 machine that is used just to drill microscopic holes in metal pieces - holes that even strands of hair are too large to go through.

"This is our second machine bought to drill a hole into a tool so the tool can suck up a chip

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