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PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition)

Machining

Common failures of cutting tools vary; this could range from gradual wear due to a crater, flank wear, excessive cutting forces, plastic deformation, mechanical breakage, edge wear and edge build up. PVD coating is one way to extend the life of cutting tools by eliminating the problems listed above. For your reference, we have provided the table below with a list of coatings for specific applications.

  Coating Composition Coating Architecture Applications Properties
Historical Index     Single Layer Multilayer Gradient FLCS* General High Alloyed Steel Hardened Steel, Cast Iron Cu and Al, Al with Low Si Light Metal Al, Mg, Ti Non Metal Materials wood, Plastic Graphite, etc. Maximum Thickness, um Hardness HV ±200 Thermostability °C Coefficient of Friction Colour
0 TiN TiN + + 8 2200 600 0.5 Gold
0 TiCN TiCN + + 6 3000 400 0.2 Grey/Bronze
0 CRN CRN + + 10 1800 800 0.3 Silver
0 ZRN ZRN + + + + 5 3000 600 0.5 Yellow
0 TiAlN TiAlN + + 8 3000 800 0.5 Dark Bronze
0 TiAlCN TiAlCN + + + 5 3200 700 0.25 Bronze
New CRALON AlCRN + + + 8 3300 1100 0.5 Grey
New CRALON-S AlCRTiSiN Based + + + + + 8 3500 1100 0.2 Bronze
New Cuttex TiAlVN + + + 8 3200 900 0.25 Bronze
New Cuttex 1 TiAlSiN Based + + + + + +** 8 3400 1100 0.2 Bronze
New Cuttex 2 TiSiVN Based + + + + + +** 8 3500 1100 0.2 Bronze
New D-ARC/td> DLC-C Based + + + + + 6 2700 350 <0.1 Grey/Black
Agenda: * FLCS - Functional Layers Coating System; ** Ti - only
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