Semicore Equipment, Inc. high vacuum deposition systems have become the industry standard and known for their simplicity in design, ease of operation and unmatched reliability. Our vacuum evaporation systems employ the latest technologies for electron beam or E-Beam Evaporation Coating, Resistive Evaporation Deposition, Ion Beam Assisted Deposition (IBAD), effusion cell and other vacuum evaporation techniques.
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SC2000 PVD Evaporation System
SC3000 PVD Evaporation System
SC4000 Universal Box Coater PVD System
And, if you have not found what you need in any standard products, Semicore is fully capable of working with you to engineer, develop, and manufacture a practical one-off or limited run quantity of what you need for in-line sputtering systems and batch evaporation equipment.
For more background on the technical aspects of Semicore’s Thermal Evaporation equipment and Vacuum Coaters, please read the articles below on Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) coating systems and let us answer any additional questions you have at Sales@Semicore.com.
One of the common methods of Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) is Thermal Evaporation. This is a form of Thin Film Deposition, which is a vacuum technology for applying coatings of pure materials to the surface of various objects. The coatings, also called films, are usually in the thickness range of angstroms to microns and can be a single material, or can be multiple materials in a layered structure… Read More
Thin Film Coatings are sometimes applied to entire surfaces of substrates, “wall to wall” so to speak, in a continuous unbroken film. But many times the final form of whatever particular material is being applied is patterned so that it is coated in certain specific areas and bare in others… Read More
Thin Film Deposition is a vacuum technology for applying coatings of pure materials to the surface of various objects. The coatings, also called films, are usually in the thickness range of angstroms to microns and can be a single material, or can be multiple materials in a layered structure. This paper discusses the basic principles of thickness and rate control by use of quartz crystal monitoring… Read More
E-Beam or Electron Beam Evaporation is a form of Physical Vapor Deposition in which the target material to be used as a coating is bombarded with an electron beam from a charged tungsten filament to evaporate and convert it to a gaseous state for deposition on the material to be coated. Taking place in a high vacuum chamber, these atoms or molecules in a vapor phase then precipitate and form a thin film coating on the substrate… Read More