About Linton Crystal Technologies (LCT)

Headquartered in the United States, Linton Crystal Technologies has global marketing, research, development, engineering and manufacturing operations in Rochester, New York. A partner, Dalian Linton NC Machine Co. Ltd., Dalian, China, provides manufacturing and sales support for the Chinese market.

For Spare Parts, Contact:

Gary Goyette

garygoyette@lintoncrystal.com
1-585-666-1546

Focus

Using Kayex intellectual property as our foundation, LCT has developed new technologies to meet the ever-evolving needs of our customers.

The company’s expertise has expanded beyond the manufacture of quality equipment to include complementary products and services that will help improve our customers’ businesses. For example:

  • Technicians will help assemble your system and train your staff.
  • Full-time process engineers work with customers to optimize processes, recipes and approaches that can increase ingot size, accelerate crystal growth speed, and lower operating costs.
  • LCT designs and produces accessories to support these process, such as crucible handling systems and crystal handling carts.

Pride points:

  • More furnaces in operation around the world and for longer periods of time than any other manufacturer—more than 5,000
  • Introduced industry’s first modular design CZ Grower
  • Can grow germanium and gallium arsenide crystals as well as silicon
  • Replacement parts for machines manufactured from Kayex-era through today
  • Global presence, with manufacturing and support in both U.S. and China
  • Worldwide sales and service support
  • Customization of equipment
  • Engineering and service support staff with decades of experience

People

Linton Crystal Technologies is proud to have the industry’s most experienced and knowledgeable staff. Many have designed, installed and fine-tuned furnace systems for more than 30 years. Our people are the reason we are leaders in the industry, and they help ensure our customers are leaders in theirs.

Todd Barnum
Chief Operating Officer
James (Jim) Flanagan
Process and Service Engineer
Gary Goyette
Technical Support Engineer
Greg Goyette
Control Software QA and Customer Support
Bob Hilfiker
Field Service Engineer
Ronald M. Kramer
Global Sales and Marketing Manager
Melissa Logan
Materials Sourcing Manager
John Reese
Mechanical Engineering Manager
Brian Repman
Software and Controls Manager
John R. Syring
Senior Sales and Process Engineer
Marc Waggener
Controller
Bob Weaver
Field Service Engineer

LCT History

A Pioneer in Crystal Growing.

Linton Crystal Technologies traces its roots to 1946, when Henry Hemberger of Rochester, NY began developing saw-sharpening equipment for his new Hemberger Machine Company. Success led the firm to incorporate in 1952 as Hamco Machines Inc. and eventually to develop a precision saw for medical use that proved to be equally suitable for cutting silicon crystals for semiconductors.

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