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Deposition Sciences
3300 Coffey Lane,
Santa Rosa
95403
USA
[t] +1 707 573 6785
[f] +1 707 573 6748
25 Years Of Optical Film Coating Supply
03 September, 2010
DSI tops a quarter of a century in the optical film industry with two supplier awards during 2010
CMOS Sensors Gain Improved IR Filtering
07 April, 2010
New optical coating system from Deposition Sciences brings improved infrared reduction filtering to CMOS imaging applications
Long Wave Infrared Bandpass Filters
04 March, 2010
Thin film vapour deposition coating provides high durability LWIR bandpass filters operational across a wide temperature range
Anti-reflective ball lens coatings for fibre optic applications
15 January, 2010
Vapour deposition process enables high durability and even coating on the latest series of ball lenses available from Deposition Sciences
Thin film coatings for low cost optics
23 June, 2009
New range of coatings from Deposition Sciences available for use on polycarbonate substrates and ideal for low cost applications
European and Asian sales reps appointed at DSI
23 April, 2009
Recruitment drive signals delivery of expansion plans for Deposition Sciences in the European and Asian markets
New Infrared Reduction Filter enhances performance of imagaing devices
18 March, 2009
Deposition Sciences (DSI) introduces an innovation in thin film filters for imaging applications with its new Infrared (IR) Reduction Filter being specifically designed to block the IR wavelengths, yet transmit the visible wavelengths in CMOS camera applications.
High Temperature spectral metal coatings
16 January, 2009
Dichroic spectral metal coatings from DSI can be coated on thin steel sheets and cut to various shapes for a broad range of applications
EMI shielded conductive optical coatings
31 October, 2008
DSI has introduced transparent conductive coatings for optics enabling light filtering and EMI shielding
Experienced optics engineer joins DS sales team
16 September, 2008
Sales Engineer with background in optical engineering recruited by Deposition Sciences to cover the Midwestern US area
ISO quality certification for Deposition Sciences
18 July, 2008
Specialist in thin film optical coatings gains ISO 9001:2000 certification after demonstrating quality management processes
UV Spectral metal for reflector coatings
16 May, 2008
UV optimisation coating can be applied to aluminium in a wide variety of shapes and sizes for different applications.
Near infra red and visible spectrum transparent coatings.
06 March, 2008
Lens coatings from Deposition Sciences provide transparent conductivity for lenses designed for the visible spectrum and near IR.
San Jose Engineer joins DSI as west coast sales Engineer.
26 February, 2008
New hire's experience and contacts in the optical industry will enable DSI to expand its customer base for thin film optical coatings on the west coast of America.
Optical coating technology for tubular structures.
11 January, 2008
Infrared filtered coatings ideal for use in night vision applications and is now available for depositing on tubes.
Improved lantern range with metal film lens coating.
18 October, 2007
Deposition Sciences shares skills with lantern manufacturer to improve light penetration in marine applications with improved metal then film coating techniques.
DSI introduces deposition process for complicated shapes.
21 August, 2007
Lens coatings can now be accurately applied to a range of complex and mult-faceted shapes using new deposition process.