crystal pulling

crystal pulling

[′krist·əl ‚pu̇l·iŋ]
(crystallography)
A method of crystal growing in which the developing crystal is gradually withdrawn from a melt.
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Based on Multigig's proprietary RotaryWaveacents and featuring DigiPull technology that replaces analog varactor-based crystal pulling with precise numerical frequency tuning, the MPS14 can operate as a highly-configurable jitter attenuator when controlled using an FPGA through an SPI bus.
The pump and booster combinations can be configured for a variety of applications, including crystal pulling, lamination, coating, metallurgy, pharmaceutical and food process freeze drying, and high purity gas cylinder filling.
Case studies for the popular crystal pulling techniques are included.
Silicon Genesis Corporation (SiGen), a leader in process and technology for engineered substrates, announced today that it has signed an equipment development and supply agreement with NorSun AS of Oslo, Norway, a manufacturer of monocrystalline silicon wafers with established production capacity in Vanta (Finland) and Ardal (Norway) and planned crystal pulling and wafering operations in Singapore.
The facility is fully integrated from crystal pulling through polishing and epitaxial production.
The Company currently is the world leader in the sale of semiconductor crystal pulling systems, of ferrofluidic seals and components, and of ferrofluids.
He also worked in the crystal pulling department of Wacker Siltronic as a research and development engineer.