As one of the first commercial PVD coating service providers in North America, Richter Precision Inc. was quick to realize the potential of this versatile coating technology. Through the deposition of advanced PVD films, we are able to help customers to dramatically improve the efficiency and profitability of their tools and manufacturing processes. We employ most major PVD deposition methods: cathodic arc, pulsed arc, filtered arc, ion beam plating, reactive sputtering, magnetron sputtering, HIPIMS, and more.
Decades of designing and building thin film coating and etching tools has enabled Intlvac to develop in-house systems for multiple processes. These include methods such as E-Beam and Thermal Evaporation, DC Magnetron Sputtering, and Plasma-Assisted Reactive Sputtering. Using these techniques, we are able to offer coating services on a wide range of substrate materials and shapes. Unique geometries are no problem as Intlvac can design and create tooling in our machine shop.
Specializing in PVD coating, we help interesting companies create and improve their products and services through long lasting and mutually rewarding relationships. We work together with you to streamline project plans that don’t just deliver on product perfection, but also delivers on time – crucial to success in a highly competitive market where every day counts. To ensure our customers satisfaction, our team works around the clock to meet your needs and your deadlines.
PVD Products is the world leader in providing complex coated conductor reel-to-reel systems for deposition of HTS materials and buffer layers. We have sold multiple R2R units based on PLD, sputtering, IBAD, and evaporation, and have developed Solution Deposition Planarization products with iBeam Materials. Many of these systems have been sold to repeat customers. PVD Products is willing to have detailed discussions with potential customers about their current CC requirements. We can help you develop realistic specifications and provide you with a tool to meet your specific deposition requirements.
Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) coatings were introduced in the early 1980s, and have continued to develop over time. The concept, however, is still the same. Coating your part, item, or product has many benefits to the cutting & forming tool industry. The use of a PVD coating has become widespread, particularly in applications where the cutting edge is required to be hard or sharp. Advanced Coating Service offers many PVD coatings, each with its own benefits. Based on your requirements, we’ll work with you to select the best option.