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Vacuum Arc Deposition Machine

Cathodic arc deposition or Arc-PVD is a physical vapor deposition technique in which an electric arc is used to vaporize material from a cathode target.
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Cathodic arc deposition or Arc-PVD is a physical vapor deposition technique in which an electric arc is used to vaporize material from a cathode target. The vaporized material then condenses on a substrate, forming a thin film. The technique can be used to deposit metallic, ceramic, and composite films.
Performance Benefits
Increased performance
Improved productivity
Reduced wear
Reduced friction (increased lubricity)
Increased lifespan / longevity of your part
Use less cutting oils
Increased quality
Energy Benefits
Save fuel
Increased operating temperatures
Budget Benefits
Reduced labor costs
Reduced cost of tooling
Time Benefits
Save time & effort
Reduced down time of your machine
Less time spent re-testing batches
Higher speeds & feeds
General Information:
High capacity hard coating unit
Easy operation and maintenance
Coatings on HSS steel and other tools, molds
Common coatings:
Common Coatings Features
TiN TiN (Titanium Nitride) This coating has become the choice for general machining and wear applications. It works well when shops are machining carbon steels and stainless steels. The coating is also a favorite for decorative items that need a gold appearance and good wear resistance. Injection molders find it works superior to chrome and nickel wet bath platings for release, wear and corrosion protection. Rubber molders have found the coating to provide better release and corrosion properties than wet bath platings.
TiCN TiCN (Titanium Carbonitride) This coating provides higher abrasion resistance and a lower friction coefficient than TiN, CrN and TiAlN but it has a lower temperature threshold. It is superior to the TiN when machining stainless steels, high nickel alloys, cast iron, non-ferrous materials and plastics.
AlTiN AlTiN (Aluminum Titanium Nitride) This coating has the highest temperature resistance of any of the coatings available. It also provides a high degree of surface hardness and maintains that hardness at elevated temperatures. It is the coating of choice when you are dry machining, machining titanium alloys, inconel, stainless alloys and cast iron. The advantage of the AlTiN film is its ability to produce the Al2O3 when high temperatures are encountered.
CrN Chromium Nitride A good tribological coating and the best coating for corrosion protection CrN is a versatile performance coating. On steel substrates our CrN coating provides improved adhesion, oxidation resistance and corrosion protection compared to titanium based coatings. In difficult, demanding forming applications CrN has excelled in providing increased tool life. If you are machining titanium CrN will provide you with increased tool life under specific operating conditions. The die casting industry has experienced remarkable gains in tool life due to the protection from heat checking and die wear provided by the chromium based coatings. Injection molders have also experienced improved performance when using the CrN coating in place of wet bath hard chrome plating.
ZrN ZrN (Zirconium Nitride) This coating has become the choice for machining, forming or punching nonferrous materials and plastics. It can also be used to machine cast iron alloys as well. The coating is a favorite for decorative items that require a brass appearance and good wear resistance. ZrN can be used as a barrier film for corrosion protection..
Cutting Tools - drills, mills, reamers, taps, gear cutters and inserts
Plastic moulding tools - especially high finish tools
Press tools stamping, punching and cold forming
Besides longer tool life, PVD coatings provide the following benefits:
Reduce Friction, Improve Lubricity
Abrasion and Wear Resistance
Faster Speeds & Feeds on Cutting Tools
Less Down-time
Fewer First Article Inspections
Less Galling, Less Die Polishing
Better Release of Plastic Parts
Better Quality
More Profits
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