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Setting up the manufacturing fab is multi-bling-$ investment...
This would not make me worry. It is not the anisotropical etching what makes a semiconductor fab expensive. Some plastic jars and a simple photo equipment would do for watchmakers to reproduce parts. And if the technology will actually establish, some specialists may buy a photo plotter, and do such jobs for tiny money. I already used photo-lithography to reproduce complicated repeater parts, because I found it boring to saw and file them from scratch, and the equipment of my tiny electronics lab is by far no multi-million sink.

Regards, Roland Ranfft
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