Angstrom Sciences was founded in 1988 by Mark A. Bernick with
a corporate mission to supply the most advanced magnetron sputtering
cathodes and high purity materials for plasma vapor deposition of high
quality and cost efficient thin films. The company gained a foothold in
the industry by specializing in the design of unique circular magnetron
cluster geometries for superconductivity research.
Client enthusiasm and market demand consequently led to the
implementation of a full line of circular, linear, planar rotary, and
cylindrical magnetrons. Angstrom Sciences now serves a worldwide
clientele of major production companies in a vast array of industries,
including aerospace and defense, architectural glass, automotive
components, data storage, decorative thin film, display,
electronics/microelectronics, energy, lighting, medical, security, and
The company hold patents for the use of profiled magnets
within its arrays, threaded target clamping on its circular magnetrons,
turbulent cooling, as well as for its planar rotary and cylindrical
magnetron designs. Angstrom Sciences is a privately held company of
more than 30 employees based out of Duquesne, PA.
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