PVD Products, Inc. is the leading manufacturer of custom thin film deposition systems, reel-to-reel deposition equipment for the coated-conductor market, and combinatorial deposition tools for rapid process development. Since June 2022, PVD Products, Inc. has been a wholly-owned subsidiary of High Temperature Superconductors, Inc. To learn more visit https://www.hitsuperconductors.com
A wide variety of our custom deposition systems are now operating in many high-profile universities and national labs around the world, as well as start-up and Fortune 500 companies.
Dr. James A. Greer founded PVD Products in 1995 to build large-area pulsed laser deposition (PLD) systems. Through research and development, the company has since expanded its thin film physical vapor deposition (PVD) techniques to offer design and engineering services for a wide variety of high quality PLD, magnetron sputtering systems and sources, thermal and e-beam evaporators, chemical vapor deposition (CVD), and custom-built PVD systems. Located just outside of Boston in Wilmington, MA, today PVD Products occupies a modern 17,000 square foot manufacturing facility.
PVD Products doesn’t just assemble tools. We have a fundamental understanding of the process. Sometimes that process can be challenging, depending on your project demands or constraints. Our team of experienced engineers and technicians is passionate about finding the best solution to your unique deposition system demands. We combine our technical expertise and creativity to tailor your custom system to meet your specific needs at a reasonable price.
PVD only builds deposition systems. It’s what we have been doing every day for over two decades. We provide end-to-end support, from design through installation and continuing maintenance. Our equipment utilizes the highest quality vacuum and electronic components for long-term reliable operation with minimal maintenance.
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