DFtech

Cheongju-Si,  chungcheongbuk-Do 
Korea (South)
http://www.dftech.co.kr
  • Booth: B632

Welcome! Semicon Korea 2020

We, Dftech is the world best leading company since established in 2003. For semiconductor / LCD manufacturing parts, we keep researching about the technologies of precision cleaning and coating. In 2006, we founded a branch office in China to extend our business area. Our R&D center founded in 2007 has researched coating and cleaning technologies for semiconductor manufacturing process like Etch, T/F, LCD, OKED, solar cell, etc. which contribute cost reduction and high productivity for manufactures. We have grown as international precision cleaning service provider in the world as Semi/LCD/Solar industries have grown. With our expertise in coating and cleaning, we started to produce precision parts in 2008 which could replace import goods. We now have provided total solution from part designing to manufacturing and coating and extend business filed as the total solution company. We would keep renovating thru endless challenge and transformation. With precision part, cleaning and coating business, we would complate soluting and extend our area to developing new material like ceramic.

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