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Success is in the Details: Not-So-Obvious Subtleties of Voltage Control

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Success is in the Details: Not-So-Obvious...

The possibility of controlling reactive sputtering processes in the transition region has been intriguing and compelling for as long as I have been in the…

Free, Live Webinar: Dual Magnetron Sputtering (DMS): Improving Productivity with Increased Control

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Free, Live Webinar: Dual Magnetron...

Thank you for joining us for our discussion of power solutions for dual magnetron sputtering processes. Missed the live webinar? Please register and watch…

Choosing Between DC and RF for Sputtering Applications

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Choosing Between DC and RF for Sputtering...

I get this question a lot: “How do I know when to use DC and when to use RF for a sputtering application?”Of course, the first thing to consider…

Increasing Flow to Increase Power: How Voltage Control Works

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Increasing Flow to Increase Power: How...

Controlling reactive sputtering processes is challenging, and there are several options. Voltage control offers a way to reliably achieve...
Innovating Cathodic Arc Deposition: High-Performance Bias

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Innovating Cathodic Arc Deposition:...

The “field” we work in (That’s why we are called “field” applications engineers.) involves an endless variety of technology and customers. Sputtering…

Controlling Reactive Sputtering Processes: Why Voltage Control?

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Controlling Reactive Sputtering Processes:...

Reactive sputtering is used for a tremendous variety of industrial coating applications. In reactive sputtering processes, sputtered material is...