Thin film deposition surface layer.
Thin film deposition is the process of generating a very thin coating of material onto another thicker substrate material.
Thin film layers of different materials are built up using masking techniques to create electronic devices on the surface of the base material.
This leads to a highly stable miniature electronic component which retains the mechanical properties of the substrate material.
Thin film sensor technology related products
- DMP334 Hydraulic Pressure Transducer for Very High Pressures
- Thin Film Strain Gauge Pressure Sensors
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