When the Society of Vacuum Coaters (SVC) hosts its 61st annual meeting this spring, VaporTech(r) (Vapor Technologies, Inc.) will be there to learn, build relationships, and showcase our thin-film deposition products and services. The meeting takes place at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Orlando May 5-10, with the technical conference (TECHCON) exhibits open May 8-9. The SVC event brings together vacuum industry leaders for technical and educational programs, networking, and industry exhibitors. Vapor Tech has been a supporter of SVC and an exhibitor at TECHCON in years past, and the company is thrilled to be coming to this year’s show.
“This is always a great opportunity to connect with our customers and many business partners in the vacuum coating industry,” explains VaporTech President Dave Humenik, who plans to attend the show. “VaporTech experts will be staffing our booth and look forward to speaking with attendees again this year.”
SVC is a non-profit, international, professional organization primarily devoted to coating and surface finishing using vacuum processes. The organization consists of industry, academia, and members from national research laboratories. Industry membership includes coating companies, materials suppliers, process designers, and equipment manufacturers. The organization describes itself as “the global source for learning, applying and advancing vacuum coating, surface engineering, and related technologies.”
VaporTech manufactures thin-film deposition equipment used by customers around the world to apply physical vapor deposition (PVD) and plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PE-CVD) coatings, including diamond-like carbon (DLC), to metal and plastic parts and products. VaporTech is part of the Masco family of companies and has been in business for 25 years.