Stanford Advanced Materials is a worldwide supplier of sputtering targets for the glass coating industry, including coating materials for architectural glass, automotive glass, photovoltaics, mirrors and other coatings. Production methods used are casting, powder metallurgy, spraying, and bonding. SAM its product portfolio includes all the key pure metals, as well as popular alloys and ceramics. Our sputtering targets are produced in different shapes (planar and rotatable) with sizes – up to 13.2 ft / 4 meters in length.
Designed and built to Diamond Coatings’ own specifications, our cutting edge vacuum coating plants are equipped with clean rooms and operated from modern, state-of-the-art factory premises in Phoenix, Arizona.
Our Applications Development and Coating Center, located in Sarasota, Florida, has a wide range of PVD Coating Systems available for Contract Coating Pre-production through Production.
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.
Deposition Technology Innovations (DTI) is a contract vacuum coater of industrial, barrier, window and reflective films. Capabilities include running con- current reactive and non-reactive sputtering up to 78 inches wide of metals, dielectric and ceramic materi- als. Wide-web ion-assisted electron beam evapora- tion is also available for specific products as well as for contract product/process development.