Hard coatings are becoming widely used in the decorative coating and industrial tools (HSS or HSC materials). The coatings are more resistance to wear and corrosion, to fulfill the tools functions more reliably and for a longer life time, 2-3 times longer than without coating in general.
Cutting Tools: ( Suggested Coatings: AlTiN/TiAlN, TiCN and TiN)
Sawing, milling, CNC insert ( hard turning using), drilling, hobbing and gear cutter etc.
Punching & Forming ( Suggested Coatings: CrN, TiCN and TiN)
Moulding ( Plastic Injection Mold) -- ( Suggested Coatings: TiCN and TiN )
Others, like: machine tools, textile machine, re-coating, re-sharpening applications etc.
1. RT-HAC equipment systems consists of: vacuum chamber, vacuum pumps, arc sources, spindle & jack, jigs structure, heating & cooling, water & gas( distribution), electrical control & operation systems etc.
2. Application: industrial functional coatings for hard tools.
3.Coating Films: TiN, TiC, CrN, AlTiN etc.
4.Coating Advantages: high hardness and wear-resistance and corrosion,increased tool life time & improved work piece quality. "
1. Strong background of R&D support, focus on details of manufacturing.
2. Large steered cathodic arc sources to reduce droplets during deposition.
3. Accurate heating control system, the deviation is ±5℃, when the substrate surface is up to 550℃.
4. Advanced high density plasma pre-treatment.
Hard Film Ion Plating Machine Specifications
Stainless Steel (S316L)
Two-Stage Rotary Vane Vacuum Pump (Mechanical)
Rotary Vane Vacuum Pump (Holding Pump)
Roots Vacuum Pump
Turbo Molecular Pump
Ion Plating + Bias Power Bombardment
PLC(Programmable Logic Controller)
Gas Mass Flow Meters
Numerous safety interlocks to protect operators and equipment
Deposition area Φ680×600mm (H)；
10 x Φ150mm；8 x Φ180mm；
6 x Φ210mm, for option.
Heater, up to 450℃
AVERAGE POWER CONSUMPTION
What is Arc Vapor Deposition ( also named as cathodic arc plating process)
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. The arc evaporation process begins with the striking of a high current, low voltage arc on the surface of a cathode ( known as the target) that gives rise to a small (usually a few micrometers wide), highly energetic emitting area known as a cathode spot. The localized temperature at the cathode spot is extremely high ( around 15000℃), which results in a high evlocity (10km/sec) jet of vaporized cathode material, leaving a crater behind on the cathode surface.
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