HIGH TEMPERATURE THERMAL EVAPORATOR
Hill Hall 310
Alex Dixon – email@example.com
In thermal evaporation, a source material is evaporated in a vacuum through the application of a large applied current. The vacuum allows vapor particles to travel directly to the substrate, where they condense back to a solid state. The Large thermal evaporator has 4 material holders which can be used for a variety of evaporable materials, and a large substrate mount that can hold 16 3”x3” substrates.