PVD or Physical Vapor Deposition Materials comprise a range of materials that can be used to create thin film coatings. Angstrom Sciences offers a comprehensive selection of high-purity vacuum deposition materials
Angstrom Sciences' circular magnetrons have become recognized as the new standard of the sputtering industry, because in addition to the advanced features of the Angstrom Advantage™, they offer a host of other performance advantages as well.
As more industries discover the speed, controllability, and bottom-line benefits of magnetron sputtering, Angstrom Sciences is developing tools to maximize the output of these larger, faster manufacturing processes.
About Angstrom Sciences
Magnetron Sputtering Technology & Sputtering Materials
Mark Bernick founded Angstrom Sciences, Inc. in 1988 to supply advanced magnetrons and refined materials for plasma vapor deposition of high quality thin films. With a strong focus on research and development, the company soon patented several technical advancements in magnetics, water-cooling, and circular magnetron target clamping designs. The features of the Angstrom Advantage™ have created the most advanced and easy-to-use magnetrons in the thin film industry.
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6 cathode magnetron sputtering confocal array mounted on ISO 500 flange.— Angstrom Sciences (@thin_films) November 15, 2021
The cathodes have flexible joints, cross-contamination shields, and rotary shutters.#thinfilmdeposition#magnetronsputtering pic.twitter.com/bMsjY873fx
Green plasma!— Angstrom Sciences (@thin_films) November 3, 2021
Copper (Cu) is widely used material in thin film deposition for both its thermal and electrical properties. When sputtered using pure Argon (Ar) it gives off a brilliant #green color.#thinfilmdeposition#magnetronsputtering pic.twitter.com/fg4fLwIRLU