Established in 2002, ALFT is the result of more than 17 years of research and development in advanced light source technologies. To date, $18 million has been invested in developing its world-class soft X-ray light source solution.
Today, ALFT’s soft X-ray source is the most viable and cost-effective solution for frequent usages in the areas of product development, microfabrication, routine medical diagnostics and environmental & life sciences.
The company’s patented capability, secure financial position, and experienced management team ensure that ALFT is well positioned to strengthen its leadership position in the emerging market for soft X-ray light source technologies and solutions.
ALFT is privately owned and operated.
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