Thin Film Deposition Solutions to LED Display Challenges

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The opto-electronics and display industry is expecting to see significant growth in several LED-driven sectors over the next decade. Precision thin film deposition will play an important role in boosting the performance of the various end-user applications that are being fueled by this growth, particularly LED displays. Types of LED Displays LEDs, or light-emitting diodes,… Read More

Thin Film Deposition System Requirements for Coating Companies

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For contract thin film coating companies, securing the right thin film deposition system, with the right enhancements for optimal control, manufactured by the right partner, is critical to business success. With significant growth in several target markets projected over the next five to ten years, thin film deposition equipment that enables both flexibility across multiple… Read More

Considerations for Indium Bump Deposition

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With today’s technological advances, higher pixel density in focal plane arrays is a necessity as demand for improved visual quality goes up. Because of this, feature sizes on focal plane arrays are getting smaller, which requires higher density interconnects to bond the detector array to the readout chip. The current electroplating process just can’t deliver… Read More

What is Ion Beam Deposition?

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Ion beam deposition (IBD) is a thin film deposition method that produces the highest quality films with excellent precision. Also referred to as ion beam sputtering (IBS), it’s a process that’s used when tight control over film thickness and stoichiometry is needed. How it Works During the ion beam deposition process, an ion source is… Read More

In-Situ Controls and Ion Source Solutions for Thin Film Deposition

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By adding an in-situ control or ion source to your thin film deposition system, you can achieve better performance and results, including higher yield and increased ROI. But how do you know which control choice is the right system addition for your application? In-Situ Controls In-situ controls allow you to observe the formation of thin… Read More

Effects of Cathode Placement on Elements of Sputtering Deposition

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There are several common types of thin film deposition techniques, with varying benefits depending on the method. But it’s not just the method that matters. Deposition source placement is one factor that can have a significant effect on thin film deposition. For sputtering, different cathode placement options can lead to different results for the thin… Read More

2 Considerations for Accurate Optical Monitoring

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Throughout the monitoring process, the system manufacturer and thin film engineer have several process choices to make regarding a number of factors. How do the different monitoring options affect the level of precision? Quartz Crystal vs. Optical Monitors Quartz crystal monitoring (QCM) is used to measure physical thickness while optical monitoring systems (OMS) measure optical… Read More

Checklist for a Good Service Provider

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In any industry, you want to partner with a solutions provider who delivers solid, reliable systems and products. Equally as important as the quality of the systems and tools you’re using is the quality of the service and support that keeps them up and running. So how can you be sure you’re signing on with… Read More

What Partnership Means to Us

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At Denton, we believe that a partnership means more than just providing a product or service. We don’t just supply you with a thin film deposition system and then part ways. We collaborate with you from the beginning, to understand your business and develop a design that fits your specific application, then serve as a… Read More

Importance of Thickness Uniformity in Thin Film Deposition

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Whether it’s coating a semiconductor chip with a protective thin film or applying anti-reflective coating to an eyeglass lens, process engineers have to achieve certain thickness specifications to meet performance requirements. Equally as important as the film thickness itself is the uniformity of the thickness. Achieving Uniformity for Performance Specs Without achieving proper thickness distribution,… Read More