4Wave was founded in August 2000 by senior technical and management staff of the former Commonwealth Scientific Corporation (CSC), a leading manufacturer of ion beam sources and equipment acquired by Veeco Instruments in May 2000. The company's founders are the world's leading experts in ion beam deposition processes, and have developed the first-ever ion beam deposition production system, still in use by IBM for its most advanced product offerings. Our multidisciplinary staff bring an average of 15 years of experience in electrical, mechanical, software, process and system engineering.
4Wave provides custom process equipment and engineering services to meet challenging vacuum equipment and thin-film processing needs. Based in Sterling, Virginia, just minutes from Washington Dulles Airport, 4Wave serves clients worldwide.
4Wave Receives Several Orders for Ion Beam Thin Film Processing Devices
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