Jet Process Corporation (JPC), founded in 1991, is the sole owner and developer of the Jet Vapor Deposition™ (JVD™) process for thin film gold-tin solders and other thin film coatings. JPC owns over 30 U.S. and foreign patents covering the JVD technology, a breakthrough proprietary thin film coating technique, and our staff of scientists, engineers and support personnel is uniquely experienced in JVD process methods. Jet Process has been supported by venture capital funding and has invested over $20 million in developing JVD's unique capabilities and intellectual property assets.
JPC's headquarters located in Wharton Brook Industrial Park, North Haven, CT include lab, production and office facilities, housing both JVD production tools and many configurations of JVD production, prototype and R&D equipment. In-house capabilities also include metrology tools for testing coating characteristics. JPC provides rapid turnaround thin film JVD metallizing and dielectric coating services for AuSn Solders and related materials systems and builds custom R&D coating equipment.
Jet Process' corporate goal is to develop JVD as a major thin film coating technology in leading worldwide markets, including those listed below. Our new business model focuses on providing JVD thin film coating services and products for development, prototyping and production, based on JVD's unique, competitive advantages in making high quality thin film metal, dielectric and other coatings for advanced applications and products in:
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