For you, the lucky ones that had the immesurable pleasure of reading my book, you know already my immesurable skills in creating immesurably contorted professional cross-words. Like the one around Scitex in the book. Well, while in Orbotech, still a newcomer and still trying to get my foothold around, I repeated the exercise. This time, of course, with the Orbotech logo symbolically placed in the middle of the cross-word grid, and with questions around this industry's motifs.
I distributed it through the internal newsletter, with a nice prize attached to the lucky one that sends in the first correct solution. And then the days passed, then weeks, then months, then years... Belgium became a carjacking empire... still no solution. Did I overestimate the reigning intelectual interest? Or underestimate the difficulty level?
Bottom line - nobody answered, nobody got the prize, and Orbotech was richer by about one hundred bucks. A long time after, about four years was it, I found by chance the one person that tried and almost did it right - Inge. The funny thing was that when I showed her the solution - there was one item that it took me one full day to understand the answer I originally provided. So whoever tried and failed - no wonder...
For the brave ones amongst you - here it is again. A few of the cues (the "better" ones) and answers are taken from the Scitex cross-word. The other 99% are original. I also fill in on the answer grid the items that, if you're not with Orbotech, you have no chance of finding.
I believe the best approach would be to print the grill and work on paper. You can try as well a permanent marker on your monitor screen, but I doubt if other users will appreciate it.