Telemark presented a well-received talk at the 2018 Materials Research Society Fall Conference based on the work done by Jim Colbridge and Josh Gurian regarding the use of Telemark’s Sheet Resistance Monitor to improve run-to-run stability of evaporated ITO coatings. More information about their exciting presentation and the factor of 4 variation improvement shown with the SRM can be found in linked pdf.
Improved TCO Process Stability Using In-Situ 4-point Probe Sheet Resistance Monitoring pdf Continue Reading →
Telemark announces a new 270-degree electron beam source emitter with improved Arc Resistance. The new design incorporates improved insulator shielding to resist arcing, allowing for longer filament lifetime, better process stability, and improved film quality. Continue Reading →
At the 2018 MRS Fall Meeting, Joshua Gurian of Telemark is presenting a talk titled “Improved TCO Process Stability Using In Situ 4-Point Probe Sheet Resistance Monitoring” on November 27, 2018 at 3:15 PM in room 303 at Hynes, Level 3 Continue Reading →
Hope to see you at the 2018 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit, November 27-29 booth 1125 Hynes Convention Center, Boston, Massachusetts Continue Reading →
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
The Telemark organization has been severely shocked by the sudden passing of Jim Colbridge, our Sales Manager. He was a good person and a friend, as well as an effective advocate for our company within the vacuum industry.
Our company has made a $10,000 contribution to seed the Jim Colbridge Memorial Technical Scholarship, to be administered by the Society of Vacuum Coaters Foundation. Each year this scholarship fund will provide funds to an outstanding person working in our ... Continue Reading →
You can now shop at telemark.com/shop for Spare Parts
- E-Beam Source Crucible Liners
- E-Beam Source Spare Parts and Crucibles
- E-Beam Source Feedthroughs
- Ion Source Filaments
- Quartz Crystals, Sensors and Feedthroughs
Ordering factory direct Telemark electron beam source spare parts and accessories is easier than ever at our new on-line shop.
In-stock items are available for same day expedited shipping, see the Ordering and Shipping info page for details.
As always quotes, quantity discounts and sales with payment terms for all Telemark products are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org ... Continue Reading →
Telemark announces the new Loyalty Rewards program. Customers who purchase all the quartz crystals and consumable E-beam parts they require from Telemark are eligible for Loyalty Rewards pricing and expedited service beyond our standard competitive prices and service. This program ensures our loyal customers are well supported and receive the highest quality parts and support.
Loyalty Rewards members receive
- Product and service discounts
- Expedited service
- No-charge process advice and phone support
- Discounted factory and field service rates.
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Great to see everyone who stopped by our booth at SVC TechCon 2018 in Orlando. See you next year in Long Beach California. Continue Reading →
Once again, Telemark is showing its incredible depth in physical vapor deposition technology innovation by capturing an ever increasing market share in the QCM market.
With excellent user reviews, the Telemark 861 Quartz Crystal Deposition Controller is gaining “preferred” supplier status with some of the world finest thin film laboratories and PVD system providers. The 861 Controller combined with the Telemark DCM (Deposition Control Manager) software provides a powerful quartz crystal thickness control package that is being well received in the ... Continue Reading →
Telemark Low Pressure Ion Sources consistently produce the highest index TiO2 films at ambient temperatures
Telemark research lab continues to test materials using the Telemark Low Pressure Ion Sources.
TiO2 is a very popular material for interference coatings and is used heavily across our industry. The ability to push the index of TiO2 up should be the goal of all coating operations using this material. Increasing the index affords; less layers to achieve better film properties, faster turn times for high layer ... Continue Reading →