At the end of the 1970s, physical vapor deposition (PVD) technology began to be applied to hard films with improved mechanical properties. The films produced had high hardness, low coefficient of friction, and good wear resistance. Chemical stability and other advantages. The successful application of the rapid steel DLC range at the outset has triggered a high degree of concern among the tool manufacturing industry in the world. While developing high-performance, high-reliability coating equipment, it has also been implemented in cemented carbide and ceramic DLCs. In-depth coating application research.
The PVD titanium plating process has no adverse impact on the environment and is suitable for the development goals of modern green manufacturing.