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Metal Cutting Tools and Drills Application

 

 

Magnetron sputtering technology can be used to coat metal cutting tools and drills with hard and wear-resistant coatings, such as titanium nitride, titanium carbide, or diamond-like carbon. These coatings can improve the performance and durability of the tools and drills, as well as reduce friction and heat generation.  It is widely used to produce coatings for metal cutting tools and drills, such as drills, mills, knives, and other tools with sharp edges.

 

Some of the common coating materials used for metal cutting tools and drills are titanium nitride (TiN), titanium carbide (TiC), titanium aluminum nitride (TiAlN), chromium nitride (CrN), and diamond-like carbon (DLC). These materials have high hardness, low coefficient of friction, high thermal stability, and good chemical inertness. They can also provide different colors and appearances for the tools and drills.

 

Magnetron sputtering technology has many advantages over other coating methods, such as chemical vapor deposition (CVD) or electroplating. Magnetron sputtering technology has a high deposition rate, which can reduce the coating time and cost. It also operates at low temperatures, which can avoid thermal damage or distortion of the substrate. Moreover, magnetron sputtering technology can produce uniform and precise coatings with good adhesion and conformity to complex shapes.