Intlvac Systems

  • Nanochrome Thin Film Deposition

    The NanochromeTM suite of systems are highly configurable and can be outfitted with a mix of Magnetron Sputtering and Thermal and Electron Beam Evaporation. They are typically used for Precision Optics, Electronics and MEMS / NEMS applications.

    Learn More

  • Nanoquest Ion Beam Etch

    The Nanoquest is built around a direct water cooled rotating substrate. It is typically used for Ion Beam Sputtering and Etching which makes it ideal for MEMS / NEMS and Precision Optics applications.

    Learn More

  • Nanoquest Ion Beam Sputter Deposition

    Ion Beam Sputter Deposition (IBSD) is a physical vapor deposition method which utilizes a remote broad ion/plasma beam source to bombard a grounded sputter target.

    Learn More

  • Icarus Indium Deposition

    The Icarus Indium Deposition System is designed to thermally evaporate high volumes of solder contact metals materials such as indium. Our geometry ensures a very flat and uniform deposition front for superior "lift-off" capability.

    Learn More

  • Electra UV Sputtering

    The Electra UV Sputtering System is the ideal thin film deposition system for prototyping and R&D. The Electra is fully customizable offering rotation, heating or cooling with optional bias during film growth.

    Learn More

  • Aegis Diamond Like Carbon

    Intlvac's DLC is a fully automated PECVD platform for DLC, Infrared Anti-reflective coating and other PECVD applications where chemical and wear resistance are required.

    Learn More

  • MidasTM Fiber Metalization

    The MIDASTM Metalization System is designed to produce a single or multi-layer symmetrical metal coating on ends, mid spans, or windows of optical fibers for use in a hermetically sealed opto-electric package.

    Learn More

  • TVAC Space Simulation

    Intlvac’s Thermal Vacuum System is a versatile space simulation system, with a large vacuum chamber designed to provide an extensive environmental test complex to simulate outer space and varying thermal conditions.

    Learn More

How Can We Help Move Your Next Thin Film Coating Project Forward?

Contact Us Today