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+ Construction at Intel’s massive D1X computer chip development fab in Hillsboro, Ore is a multi-billion dollar facility expected to be the first 14nm factory in the world. Putting cutting edge manufacturing in the U.S. manufacturing, Intel has invested billions of dollars at this site over the past several years where the company’s leading- edge silicon R&D teams define and develop the recipes for manufacturing Intel chips in other production factories around the world. Construction is expected to continue with yet another expansion targeted to support the company’s 450mm wafer technology.

Construction at Intel’s massive D1X computer chip development fab in Hillsboro, Ore is a multi-billion dollar facility expected to be the first 14nm factory in the world. Putting cutting edge manufacturing in the U.S. manufacturing, Intel has invested billions of dollars at this site over the past several years where the company’s leading- edge silicon R&D teams define and develop the recipes for manufacturing Intel chips in other production factories around the world. Construction is expected to continue with yet another expansion targeted to support the company’s 450mm wafer technology.

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Exif President Obama amid the giant cranes at Intel’s state-of-the-art chip manufacturing plant under construction in Chandler, Arizona on January 26, 2012.
A closer look at the enormous cranes that gave a lift to another cutting-edge Intel Fab in Hillsboro, Oregon.

President Obama amid the giant cranes at Intel’s state-of-the-art chip manufacturing plant under construction in Chandler, Arizona on January 26, 2012.

A closer look at the enormous cranes that gave a lift to another cutting-edge Intel Fab in Hillsboro, Oregon.

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Exif Portland Business Journal and the Oregonian posted this story today:

It’s got a 460-foot boom and, with attached jibs, can stretch up to 700 feet. It can move 2,600 tons, helping install large pieces of Intel’s $3 billion D1X fab.

Portland Business Journal and the Oregonian posted this story today:

It’s got a 460-foot boom and, with attached jibs, can stretch up to 700 feet. It can move 2,600 tons, helping install large pieces of Intel’s $3 billion D1X fab.

Posted 2 years ago. Tagged with Crane, giant crane, equipment, tractors, construction, chip making, Intel, .
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Exif Peace amidst giant crane as it finishes building high tech chip factory in Hillsboro, Ore.

Peace amidst giant crane as it finishes building high tech chip factory in Hillsboro, Ore.