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Deposition Sciences , Inc.

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3300 Coffey Lane
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
About Deposition Sciences , Inc.
  • DSI produces a wide variety of highly reliable, durable, and heat-resistant optical coatings. Our Low Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition (LPCVD) process is a thermally driven organo-metallic process that is configured to deposit multi-layers of silicon dioxide, tantalum oxide, and titanium dioxide. This unique coating process produces durable, seamless and conformal anti-reflective coatings on highly curved surfaces and ball lenses for medical devices and imaging systems.

    In addition to offering standard products, we work in close collaboration with our custoemrs to develop innovative coatings that achieve specific requirements. Known for our strong engineering services, we seek to understand yur needs and provide creative solutions for real-world applications.

    Call us at the number above or email us at to discuss your coating requirements.
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Products by Deposition Sciences , Inc.
  • AR Coated Ball Lenses

    AR coating over the entire surface of the lens which the multilayer coating provides dual and broad band AR coatings. There is a wide choice of lens materials with indices from 1.44 to 2.15 at 1550nm allows maximum freedom of optical design and minimizes cost. Hard, scratch resistance coatings... Read more
  • AR Coated Tubes and Cylinders

    Uniform coatings on highly curved optical components, such as tubes, cylinders, and domes, are inherently challenging to achieve in most thin film deposition processes. In typical line-of-sight deposition processes, such as evaporation and sputtering, curved parts become more thickly coated at... Read more