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Determining Crucible Fill Rate

17. November 2020 | Verfasser: KJLC Blog

KJLC recommends that a crucible liner be filled somewhere between 2/3 and 3/4 full when beginning deposition. The melt level should not go below 30% at any time or there becomes a risk of the beam striking the crucible, causing it to break.

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Schlagwörter:
Vakuumwissenschaft Depositionsmaterialien



Thermal Evaporation Source Selection

12. Oktober 2020 | Verfasser: KJLC Blog

Selecting the correct thermal evaporation source can sometimes prove difficult. There are several factors that will need to be considered when doing so.

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Schlagwörter:
Vakuumwissenschaft Depositionsmaterialien



How To Chose An E-Beam Crucible Liner

26. August 2020 | Verfasser: KJLC Blog

Selecting the correct crucible liner for your e-gun can sometimes be challenging. Here are some things to consider...

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Schlagwörter:
Vakuumwissenschaft Depositionsmaterialien



Why Is My Sputtering Target Breaking?

25. August 2020 | Verfasser: KJLC Blog

Cerium oxide target

There are many reasons that sputtering targets fail. Some are material specific, while others can be avoided or prolonged by reviewing a few things before sputtering begins.

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Schlagwörter:
Vakuumwissenschaft Depositionsmaterialien



Ways To Reduce The Cost Of Depositing Precious Metals

28. Juli 2020 | Verfasser: KJLC Blog

A common question from our materials customers is how they can reduce the cost of depositing precious metals. Our Materials Product Manager, Katie McGough recommends some of the ways you can avoid overspending unnecessarily on precious metals such as through using a reclaim service or using thinner targets.

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Schlagwörter:
Vakuumwissenschaft Depositionsmaterialien



Tips For Thermally Evaporating Aluminum

16. Juni 2020 | Verfasser: KJLC Blog

By far one of the most common questions that we receive from various users is how to thermally evaporate Aluminum. Aluminum is very commonly evaporated for various applications and can be somewhat problematic. Through some internal experience and through with working with various customers, we recommend two ways to approach thermal evaporation of aluminum.

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Schlagwörter:
Vakuumwissenschaft Depositionsmaterialien Depositionsverfahren



Why Did My Bond Melt?

21. April 2020 | Verfasser: KJLC Blog

As a Product Manager in the Materials Division, I field a lot of questions from customers from many different industries with varying degrees of sputtering experience. One of the more common emails that I receive goes something along the lines of, "There's something wrong with my bonding because the indium has melted out of the sides of my target." Often times the user has waited for their target, spent money on it, only to use it one time and had to stop due to the melted bond. A frustrating situation for sure.

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Schlagwörter:
Vakuumwissenschaft Depositionsmaterialien Depositionsverfahren



KJLC erweitert Werkstoffinformationen

28. Juni 2016 | Verfasser: KJLC Blog

„Technologie für eine bessere Welt ermöglichen“ ist die Mission von Kurt J Lesker Company. Darüber denken unsere Mitarbeiter jeden Tag bei der Arbeit nach. Um dieses Ziel zu erreichen, bemühen wir uns um technische Beratung und teilen unsere Erfahrungen mit unseren Kunden. Wir fügen unseren Produktseiten kontinuierlich nützliche technische Informationen hinzu, einschließlich geeigneter Tiegel/Tiegeleinsätze für viele unserer Werkstoffe. Z-Verhältnisse, Dampfdrücke, maximale Leistungsempfehlungen und Dichten sind auf vielen unserer Webseiten zu Aufdampfmaterialien und Sputtertargets verfügbar.

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Schlagwörter:
Depositionsmaterialien



     
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