Partial processing method creates new opportunities for the glass industry

Targeted processing method creates new opportunities for the glass industry  The electronics and glass processing industries have traditionally used similar processes. Due to the large substrate sizes in the glass processing industry, considerably big equipment has been necessary. With the increased equipment size, the cost of the equipment has also risen, resulting in the glass being coated mainly by glass manufacturers. Innovative companies have had to develop their solutions around these available coatings. This has partly limited product development as […]

Game-changing processing for the glass processing industry

We have completely rethought glass processing. As a result, we are introducing the world’s first vacuum coating process without the traditional limitations of glass and equipment size. These features make it possible for the glass processing industry to use our tool to make items such as glass-integrated products, which have traditionally been part of the electronics industry. This enables the manufacture of completely new and unprecedented product combinations.   This coating method enables an Intelligent Glass Control products, for example. Read […]

Different processes for different purposes

Is the method suitable only for the sputtering process? Initially, the partial coating tool and method were designed to form conductive patterns on a surface of substrate plate by a sputtering process. It is possible to further develop the tool to manufacture many different processes for different purposes. That is why there is no one-size-fits-all partial coating tool as the configuration depends on the performance, desired application and production requirements, which are unique. The important aspect in this process is […]