Research and development is what inspires PVD Products day in and day out. The company was founded on Dr. James Greer's desire to expand thin film physical vapor deposition (PVD) techniques. Our collaborative approach allows PVD Products to meet the research needs of high profile universities, national labs, and small and large corporations around the world, including places such as MIT and NIST.
Starting up or scaling up, PVD Products is your thin film deposition system partner. Our equipment utilizes the highest quality vacuum and electronic components for long-term reliable operation with minimal maintenance. We help commercial businesses translate needs into functional hardware to get the system built and in the production facility on time and on budget.
PVD Products realizes that a standard system may not achieve your desired results. Our fundamental understanding of your process allows us to build custom thin film deposition systems, combinatorial deposition tools, and reel-to-reel deposition equipment for the coated conductor market. We enable rapid process development that best suits research goals or production demands.
VIEW OUR ONE-HOUR VIDEO WEBINAR:Innovative Techniques and Applications for Gallium Nitride Devices
This educational free webinar features two highly informative sessions on innovative techniques and applications for gallium nitride (GaN) devices. The webinar—led by two scientists from Linköping University (Sweden) and iBeam Materials focuses on:
#1 - Magnetron sputter epitaxy of GaN thin films and nanorods using liquid Ga target
#2 - GANOX – A new paradigm for epitaxial GaN films and devices on large-area substrates
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VIEW OUR ONE-HOUR VIDEO WEBINAR:Organic and Hybrid Thin Film Deposition by Resonant Infrared, Matrix-Assisted Pulsed Laser Evaporation (RIR-MAPLE)
In this important and informative one-hour webinar, the Jeffrey N. Vinik Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University, Dr. Adrienne D. Stiff-Roberts, describes her research program that investigates hybrid thin film deposition using resonant infrared, matrix-assisted pulsed laser evaporation (RIR-MAPLE) to control structure and properties and to improve the performance of optoelectronic and energy-related devices.
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Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD) Systems use a laser beam to vaporize a solid target material in order to produce a thin film with exactly the same chemical composition as the original target material. The PLD process enables the deposition of many materials over a wide range of background gas compositions and pressures.
PVD Products provides a wide variety of custom physical vapor deposition systems. Shown here is a dual chamber system including PLD and magnetron sputtering connected via a dual wafer load lock. PVD can provide combination systems like this or completely integrated custom systems specific to your requirements.
PVD Products, Inc. provides a full range of coated conductor systems for depositing High Temperature Superconductor (HTS) materials and buffer layers on continuous metal tapes. Coated conductor deposition systems are available based on pulsed laser deposition, magnetron sputtering, and evaporation with Ion Beam Assisted Deposition. Reel-to-reel systems allow for deposition on substrate areas up to 10 square meters in a single run.
PVD Products manufactures sputtering systems for depositing metal and dielectric thin films on substrates up to 300 mm in diameter. Various magnetron sputtering sources, using RF, DC or pulsed DC power, are operated singly or in co-deposition mode to produce a wide variety of film compositions.
PVD Products’ complete thermal and electron beam evaporation systems are designed to meet the customer’s specific deposition needs. These systems can contain single or multiple thermal sources, multi-pocket e-beam sources, and multi-gun sources as required. Linear e-beam sources are also available.