VAcuum Technology and Coating

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Jccarlton
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This month's issue of Vac Tech and Coating has a bunch of interesting articles about ion injectors and plasma probes as well as the usual vacuum guide.:
http://e-ditionsbyfry.com/Olive/AM3/VTC ... 2009/04/01
magazine home page:
http://www.vactechmag.com/

free to read online and free subscription(advertiser paid,but the advertisers are all vacuum technology companies.)

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Post by MSimon »

Thanks!

I usually get my vacuum news through semiconductor processing mags. This is better.
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Post by kurt9 »

Vacuum Technology and Coating Magazine is was superior to any other magazine with regards to vacuum technology and thin-film materials processing. I have been reading this pub since 2002 and do not read anything else with regards to vacuum technology.

Their buyer's guide is quite comprehensive as well.

Jccarlton
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Post by Jccarlton »

Ditto to that. I discovered it when somebody got it at one of the place I worked at and didn't read it. I picked it up and wow. I've used as a reference ever since.

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