H.C. Starck's Hottest New Sputtering Alloys on Display at Touch Taiwan 2015 (PR Newswire)


NEWTON, Mass., Aug. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — H.C. Starck’s hottest new sputtering alloys for Touch Panel applications will be on display at the upcoming Touch Taiwan 2015. H.C. Starck has developed innovative thin film materials for touch panel to support next generation mobile, automotive and display products.

H.C. Starck’s sputtering alloys are engineered for higher performance and robustness to meet the requirements of modern touch screen technology,” said Dmitry Shashkov, Member of H.C. Starck’s Executive Board and Head of the Fabricated Products Division. “Our expertise in materials science and thin film characterization enables us to create unique alloys tuned to customer requirements. We are also developing the products much more rapidly, giving our customers a competitive edge in the industry.”

H.C. Starck’s molybdenum alloy targets, including molybdenum-niobium (MoNb), function as thin films in barrier, capping and conducting layers in touch screen devices. Our molybdenum-tungsten (MoW) alloy targets are applied when forming gate and touch sensor layers for TFT- LTPS and in-cell type touch panels.

The latest molybdenum-based family of DynaMo Alloys showcases the company’s ability to customize alloys for electrical performance, corrosion resistance and etch characteristics for higher reliability in touch sensor and display applications.

H.C. Starck is proud to exhibit at Touch Taiwan 2015, August 26-28, Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall in Taipei, Booth 1F J302. We invite you to visit our Technology and Engineering experts to discuss business opportunities and view our unique product display.

About H.C. Starck   www.hcstarck.com

The H.C. Starck Group is a leading global supplier of refractory technology metals and advanced ceramics, and serves growing industries such as the electronics, chemicals, automotive, medical technology, aerospace, energy technology, and environmental technology industries, as well as engineering companies and tool manufacturers, from its own manufacturing facilities located in Europe, America, and Asia. In 2013, the company had about 2,800 employees in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Germany, China, Japan, and Thailand.

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