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Thin film coating on complex shapes and fibres


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Deposition Sciences Inc
: 05 February, 2013  (New Product)
Optical coating specialist develops low pressure chemical vapour deposition process for coating complex geometries including fibres
Thin film coating on complex shapes and fibres

Deposition Sciences (DSI), a manufacturer of highly durable thin film optical coatings, announces the enhanced capability to apply highly specialized, durable coatings onto extremely complex shapes and multifaceted surfaces.  Utilizing DSI’s proprietary IsoDyn LPCVD (low pressure chemical vapour deposition), this method is ideal for coating almost all types of optical glass crystalline materials, ceramics, and metals. It is also ideal for coating a wide variety of unusual geometries: from ball lenses to dome windows; from optical fibres to cold mirror reflectors.

Director of marketing and sales, Michael Newell, notes, “We are very excited to announce this enhanced capability in uniform, optical thin film coatings. DSI’s IsoDyn LPCVD process, a high temperature process (approx. 500 degrees C), is used in the manufacture of micro-optics, interference filter coatings (such as single wavelength, dual band, and broadband AR), cold mirrors, conductive coatings, and dichroics. Our enhanced method is permitting exceptionally conformal coatings on many complex substrate geometries.”

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