The kSA 400 is the most potent analytical RHEED system on the market offered by k-Space. Additionally, k-Space provides the customer support you need to understand and manage the most advanced monitoring tools in the photovoltaic industry. The company is also proud to announce an addition to the kSA 400 – the kSA 400 Lite. For instance, if you must obtain RHEED pattern analysis, but don’t require the full potency of kSA 400, the “Lite” version might be all you need. kSA Lite has similar gear and technical support; it delivers real time growth rate and you will be able to upgrade to the full system at any given time. But before you make a decision, which system suits your production needs best, compare the main differences in the systems’ software first.
In a nutshell, kSA Lite is the more basic software. The fundamental difference will be the manner of data acquisition – the kSA 400 has 7 modes unlike Lite that delivers a single images for computable static analysis and archiving; kSA Lite data analysis capability, storage and communication are also rather limited. Another innovation that k-Space is proud to offer this year is Camera for BandiT Systems. The camera is not required for system use, however, if you want to obtain images of the sample inside the chamber, the camera will provide you with an ability to look inside without having to move the System. This is an extra way to control the process, and you can easily add this optional camera to your BandiT System at any time. You can use this camera at the same time as you’re obtaining your BandiT substrate temperature. Also, until December 31st, k-Space offers specials on system upgrades, cameras, etc. and you can take advantage of 10% off!
Technology devices we rely on every day were primarily possible because of the perfected process of thin film deposition. Our hobbies such as photography or architecture features for construction objects’ sustainability, for example window coatings that preserve heat or cool temperatures inside, our style accessories like sunglasses, and many other things we don’t even notice anymore, depend upon and are created with the use of thin film coatings.
Thin film deposition mainly consists of two steps – the production of thin films, and their deposition (application) onto a surface. Since this process must follow certain strict guidelines, everything must be performed in a highly controlled environment.
Fixed temperatures must be sustained for the production of thin film matter that will be transferred or deposited on another exterior, which also demands a certain environmental state to increase thin film deposition rate for a timely and error free process.
During this transfer of one substance onto another, a complicated network of events takes place to ensure the properties of the future thin film. Under controlled conditions, chemical particles of a deposited material interact with the chemical composition of the surface in order to create the perfect fusion. To reach this perfect fusing of the two, engineers must refer to extremely sensitive tools that control chemical purity, thin film stress and deposition rate.
Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 provides an ideal environment for multi-platform app development including Windows, Android and iOS. It supports multiple programming languages and contains a number of optional features targeted to enable team work such as DevOps with automated deployment.
Quicklearn offers Visual Studio 2015 training designed for developers at any level of experience. For example, the three-day course on DevOps using Visual Studio 2015 ALM is ideal for developers who are completely new to the product and will be using the Team Foundation Server (TFS). In contrast, the Visual Studio 2015 Developer Enterprise Features two-day class is optimized for advanced Visual Studio 2015 users. For developers with an intermediate level of experience with the product, Quicklearn has updated its five-day Developing ALM Solutions Using Visual Studio 2015 TFS course, again integrating the use of the Visual Studio 2015 TFS.
All training classes are available online and include significant time for hands-on practice, making them ideal for participants who cannot come to the Kirkland, Washington office. Quicklearn also offers free course retreading to recent participants within six months of completion.
Even though BizTalk 2013 has been out for a while, many organizations still use BizTalk 2010 and there’s still a need for BizTalk 2010 training. QuickLearn, the Seattle based software training company that developed the Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC 2933 & 2934) for BizTalk, offers a large number of classes for both versions. The courses are taught by expert instructors and can be attended in person or online and serve role-specific needs of developers and administrators at a variety of skill levels. The new to product classes run every four weeks, advanced classes every six weeks. Due to the complexity of the material, the company offers free retakes within six months. Please note that the concepts taught in the BizTalk 2013 classes also work on BizTalk Server 2010, and QuickLearn’s instructors can speak to any differences that exist between versions. No matter if you choose training classes for BizTalk 2010 or 2013, you are in good hands.