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NANEO Precision IBS Coatings GmbH Expands Manufacturing Capacity

Published: Monday, July 01, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, July 01, 2013
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NANEO has recently ordered a SPECTOR® Ion Beam Deposition system.

Veeco Instruments Inc. has announced that NANEO Precision IBS Coatings GmbH, a leading optical coatings company located in Rheinbreitbach, Germany, has recently ordered a SPECTOR® Ion Beam Deposition (IBD) System.

The SPECTOR system will be used to produce high quality optics in a broad range of applications including ultrafast optics, high power lasers, raman spectroscopy, telecommunications, and aerospace.

Daniel Kopf, Chief Executive Officer at NANEO, commented, “Veeco’s SPECTOR IBD system allows us the process flexibility needed to meet growing demand for our high precision optics providing excellent precision and uniformity, lowest loss and high laser damage threshold. Veeco’s reliable platform makes them an ideal partner as we ramp production.”

James Northup, Veeco’s Vice President and General Manager, commented, “We are pleased NANEO chose our system for their manufacturing expansion. The SPECTOR IBD Optical Coating System enables users to manufacture the highest precision and quality films meeting the performance requirements for virtually every optical thin film coating application. We look forward to providing excellent support and service to the NANEO team as they increase production.”


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