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Applied Diamond Uses Seki Diamond Systems Exclusively
to Produce Broad Range of CVD Diamond Products

October 2015

Applied Diamond of Wilmington, DE, has been deeply involved with CVD diamond technology since 1992. Today they provide a wide range of diamond-based products and services — for electronic devices, heat spreading, tools, wear resistance, laser and microwave windows, MEMS, electrodes and a lot more. And for all of their work, they depend on Seki Diamond microwave CVD systems exclusively. See more


Seki Diamond Systems Produce Shining Results

May 2015

Two Seki Diamond deposition systems have been in operation for almost 12 months at the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication. In that time, tool experts there have developed a series of effective recipes and growths, including extremely high quality boron doped diamond as well as ultra-pure growth diamond. See more


Do It Yourself Diamonds… Good for Your Health

May 2014

Ross Greenwood speaks with Dr Paul Spizzirri, Operations Manager for Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication about synthetic diamonds and new directions in diamond research. Listen to the interview.


Diamond on Demand for New Research Opportunities

May 2014

Twin diamond production systems at the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication will extend the research and development possibilities in biosensor research, electronics, quantum information processing and manufacturing applications. See more


Seki Diamond in Use at Cardiff University Diamond Growth Facilities

September 2013

The diamond growth facilities at the School of Physics and Astronomy, Cardiff University, are based around the Seki Diamond 6550 Microwave Plasma Chemical Vapor Deposition Reactor. See more


Seki Diamond Selected by Advanced Diamond Research Center

March 2013

Seki Diamond Systems has been selected to provide two CVD diamond systems to be installed in the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication. The MCN is the largest node of the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF). Among other applications, these systems will support diamond film research being undertaken by the Melbourne Materials Institute at The University of Melbourne and new implant designs for Bionic Vision Australia. See more