EXPLORE MATERION'S BROAD RANGE OF TECHNOLOGY CAPABILITIES
Materion is at the forefront of developing complementary technologies that enable our materials to go farther. Our expert chemists, engineers and scientists are continually pushing the boundaries of thin film coating, cladding, metallurgy and other material processing techniques to enable our customers to be on the cutting edge in their respective markets.
A leader in inorganic chemicals manufacturing, Materion offers expertise in synthesizing new compounds, managing chemicals in controlled atmosphere environments and fulfilling our customers' requirements for complex particle characteristics.
Materion has more than 50 years of experience developing innovative clad metal solutions for customers in a wide variety of industries. Our expert metallurgists develop composite metals processes to solve our customers’ electrical, mechanical, thermal and other physical performance challenges in a way that mono-metals cannot.
Materion offers a host of proprietary materials processing capabilities, including Metal Alloys Processing, Alloying and Vacuum Casting, Beryllium Near Net Shaping, Investment Casting, Pressing and Sintering, Thin Film Hot Pressing.
Materion’s metallurgy expertise allows us to create innovative metal alloys and custom products that enable our customers to meet their technology demands. Our metallurgists, chemists, scientists and engineers are at the forefront in Amorphous Metals, Equacast® Technology, Metal Matrix Composites, and Powder Metallurgy.
Materion is a global leader in precision optics technology—Filter Array, Photolithography, and Wafer Level Optics. Our solutions allow for the precise management of light for applications in defense, thermal science and thermal imaging.
Materion’s proprietary thin films processes produce the highest performing solutions available for applications across consumer electronics, semiconductors, medical devices and other industries. Our offering includes: Engineered Coating Development, Engineered Thin Films, Flexible Sputtered Films, Large Area Deposition, and Physical Vapor Deposition.