Elmet Technologies exhibits Powder Metallurgy sputtering materials at SVC TechCon

April 18, 2011

Elmet Technologies Inc of Lewiston, Maine, USA, is widely known for its large portfolio of powder metallurgy sputtering materials made from tungsten and molybdenum which are used for applications including photovoltaic (CIGS and CdTe), FDP, and semiconductor applications.

The company exhibited some of its PM sputtering materials at the 54th Annual SVC TechCon held in Chicago (April 16-21). The company recently established a new company called ETI Precision Corp in Gordonsville, Tenn., USA, to offer customers planar sputtering targets used in the fabrication of semiconductors and consumer electronics, and also products made of advanced materials outside of Elmet’s core offerings of W and Mo.


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