Sputtering Ahead: Soleras Advanced Coating Focuses on High-tech Glass Makers
Biddeford-based Soleras Advanced Coating produces sputtering components which are, in turn, sold to glass makers for coating their glass for low-e architectural glass coatings. Sputtering is a process that evenly deposits very thin films across substrates such as glass. The company employs 200 people around the world, of which 50 are primarily in Maine. A text box is included that illustrates the methods for depositing or ‘sputtering’ thin films. [images]
Sputtering (Physics), Thin films
Valigra, Lori, "Sputtering Ahead: Soleras Advanced Coating Focuses on High-tech Glass Makers" (2015). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 6362.
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