Surfx Technologies at Recent Events
Surfx at SEMICON Europa 2012
For the first time, Surfx Technologies joined its major European distribution partner Novel Technology Transfer GmbH at SEMICON Europa in Germany October 9 to 11. The new line of Atomflo plasma systems were on display at the event and now the latest range of atmospheric plasma products are available to customers throughout Europe.
Surfx Unveils New Product Line at SEMICON Taiwan 2012
Visitors to Surfx Techologies booth at SEMICON Taiwan on September 5 to 7 were treated to live demonstrations of our new automated SPM system and our full line of high-speed atmospheric plasma solutions for the semiconductor industry. The company also released our new Atomflo 500 plasma controller and fully integrated SPM atmospheric plasma system for high-speed non-contact surface cleaning and activation. Founder of Surfx Technologies, Dr. Robert Hicks, also presented on atmospheric plasma surface preparation for high-volume package manufacturing during the Innovative Technology Center Series in Exhibition Hall F4 on September 6.
Surfx to Showcase Live Demo of Atmospheric Plasma Solutions at MD&M
Surfx Technologies showcased its technological advancements in plasma science at MD&M West in Anaheim on February 14 to 16, 2012. The company shared its full range of atmospheric plasma solutions for activating medical devices, PCR plates, leads, microfluidics, and more. Professor Robert Hicks, Ph.D., presented an MD&M exclusive Innovation Brief entitled Surface Preparation for Medical Device Manufacturing – Safe, Clean & Repeatable Methods on February 14 in Hall E.
Surfx Technologies’ Atmospheric Plasma Highlighted at SAMPE
The Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering conference was held on May 23~25 in Long Beach, CA. Surfx Technologies’ Atomflo plasma systems was the focus of a paper presented by Justin T. Massey of NAVAIR North Island, San Diego. This research investigates the use of atmospheric pressure helium-based plasmas to improve the structural adhesion of titanium. The Atomflo system was demonstrated at the event.