• ClassOne Technology, a supplier of new wet process tools to the 200 mm and below semiconductor manufacturing industry headquartered in Kalispell, has sold its flagship Solstice S8 and Solstice LT electroplating tools to Cubic Mission Solutions, a business division of Cubic Corp. based in San Diego. The Solstice systems will be used for a variety of electroplating and related wet processes applications.
“Solstice is the tool of choice worldwide for fabs that require extremely high-quality plating,” said Byron Exarcos, chief executive officer of ClassOne. “This is our third sale to Cubic, and we take that as a great vote of confidence both in the quality of our products and the close-knit relationships that we work so hard to nurture with our customers. The defense industry is extremely demanding, and we’re proud to be able to serve Cubic in their efforts to develop mission-critical products.”
ClassOne Technology develops and provides innovative new wet-chemical equipment solutions, including electroplaters, spin-rinse-dryers, spray solvent tools and more.
• Pete Weber has joined the buildings design team at Morrison-Maierle. He will be based in the company’s Missoula office, but will work on projects with the company’s Buildings Market Groups in Kalispell. Weber has spent the last 19 years working in the architecture/engineering industry on communications infrastructure for buildings projects. A native of Rochester, New York, Weber received a B.A. and M.A. in psychology from Wheaton College in 1993. Prior to his new position at Morrison-Maierle, he worked for Access Consulting as a communications project manager for 18 years.