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What is PVD Coating?
History of Physical Vapor Deposition PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition)

Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) methods, known as PVD Coating, are basically based on the principle of depositing the solid coating material on a base material by evaporating or sputtering.

PVD coating, which has a wide usage area, increases the wear and hardness resistance of the applied materials. On the other hand, PVD coating applications are preferred to reduce the coefficient of friction on the outer surface of the materials. When applying PVD coating, the scope of application is determined according to the physical conditions of the target material to be coated. Based on the properties of this material, PVD coating can be applied at temperatures between 200 and 500 degrees.
Wikipedia – PVD Coating

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The lifespan of machine parts and the service life of tools are limited due to wear. Today, in response to the increasing demands for the production of the same part, the downtime of production machines due to wear constantly increases the cost factor. For this reason, delaying wear is becoming more and more important in economic terms. Instead of replacing used tool and mold parts with more expensive new ones, improving the friction and wear properties of the part surface brings an economical and more practical approach to the problem. Thin film hard ceramic coatings provide great success in this field.
PVD coating technique is one of the methods by which hard ceramic coatings can be successfully applied to mold and tool surfaces. This technique is based on the principle of ionic deposition of materials under vacuum on the surface to be coated by evaporating or sputtering.

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Forming Molds

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Does PVD Coating Provide Advantages for Forming and Plastering Molds?   The main goal with PVD Coating applied to forming molds is to reduce friction, eliminate or reduce

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Is there a better surface treatment than nitriding to increase wear resistance and corrosion resistance on Screws of Plastic Injection Molding Machines? Metsitec Metal Surface