We are excited to announce that Malachite has been awarded an SBIR Phase II contract from the National Science Foundation. This two year, $750,000 program will continue the development of our scalable linear ion beam source technology for deposition, etch and surface modification over large areas.
Experimental sputter source hardware assembled and leak-tested. Copper cathode with integrated heatsink and aluminum darkspace shield. Designed by Malachite as part of an NSF program with university partners.
Malachite Technologies has been awarded a $225,000 Phase I SBIR grant for its proposal “Low damage sputter magnetron for Silicon Heterojunction PV Production”. The funds will be used to develop a unique low damage PVD magnetron source to enable a single, high throughput production system to drive down the capital equipment and production costs of Read more about NSF Phase I SBIR Awarded to Malachite Technologies[…]