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May 07, 2019

MAC Thin Films, Inc. Exhibits at Display Week 2019

San Jose McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, California May 14-16, 2019

Santa Rosa, CA: MAC Thin Films, Inc. will be exhibiting at Display Week 2019 in Booth # 1615. They will be showcasing their:

  • Unique Conductive Coatings with High Optical Transparency in the NIR wavelength spectrum, especially suitable for use in LiDAR applications.
  • PrintFree® and HD PrintFree® product line with outstanding Anti-Smudge Performance, Unsurpassed Durability, and Low Reflected Brightness. Perfect for Automotive, Avionic, Defense, Industrial, Medical and Consumer Applications.
  • IR Blocker 40™ and IR Blocker 40 Plus™ products for Digital Information Displays, Outdoor Kiosks and Menu Boards, Point of Sale Displays, and ruggedized display applications offering excellent sunlight readability and passive thermal management.
  • Custom Display Conductive Solutions with High Optical Transparency, Low Specular Reflection, and Precise Electrical Resistivity that are Thermally Uniform and Stable with a Wide Range of Sheet Resistance.
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    MAC Thin Films Earns ISO 9001:2015 Management System Certification

    Santa Rosa, CA SRI Quality System Registrar has announced that it recently awarded an ISO 9001:2015 Management System certificate to MAC Thin Films, Inc., for the manufacture of optical components and coated glass products.

    According to Edward L. Maschmeier, Director, Certification at SRI: “We are pleased to acknowledge that MAC Thin Films, Inc. has demonstrated effective implementation of a management system. ISO 9000 certification provides evidence to customers, suppliers, employees, and their community of their commitment to producing a quality product (service) and providing customer satisfaction.”...

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    The Polaroid instant camera, the computer screen glare guard and the rear projection television long ago grabbed consumers’ attention before giving way to subsequent waves of technology. But the multi-chambered manufacturing line that made the optical components for such devices is still pumping out glass products in a weathered factory in south Santa Rosa... Read More

    SANTA ROSA -- Sometimes one company’s castoffs become another’s golden opportunity.

    MAC Thin Films, a startup forged out of technology formerly owned by JDSU’s Santa Rosa unit, makes antireflective and mirror coatings used in laser printers, scanners, on custom displays for air-traffic controllers, medical imaging, avionics and in military applications where LCD displays have to operate correctly and instantly despite challenging temperatures or humidity...

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    Commencement of Operations

    October 31, 2014

    MAC THIN FILMS, INC. COMMENCES OPERATIONS IN SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA

    Precision thin-film coatings for flat glass are used in applications around the globe

    SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA—October 31, 2014—MAC Thin Films, Inc. announced today it has commenced operations. Mark Madigan, former marketing and product management executive at JDS Uniphase Corporation, serves as CEO of the new organization. The MAC Thin Films organization includes seasoned engineering, manufacturing, and customer support teams to ensure continuous operations and support for customer delivery schedules. Funding for the new organization is being supplied by private international investors and strategic customers... Read More