Bonding sputtering targets

  • 05-Jan-2009 03:44 EST

Reactive Nano Technologies has demonstrated its NanoBond process for bonding Generation 10 sputtering targets used in the solar photovoltaic and flat panel display industries. The demonstration was done on an aluminum target measuring 3400 x 218 mm and resulted in greater than 98% bond coverage as measured by ultrasonic inspection. The firm's NanoFoil is used for precise control of the instantaneous release of heat energy for advanced joining applications, including electronics assemblies. The process simplifies manufacturing and ensures that the benefits of the firm's NanoFoil are maximized.

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