PVD coating provides the following benefits:

  • Improved hardness
  • Increased wear resistance
  • Increased oxidation resistance
  • Reduced friction
  • Reduced sticking
  • Vivid shine

With the coating, your tools work faster, last longer, and require less additional resources. That can save you a lot of money, up to 15% of total production costs.

Cutting Tools

Applying a PVD coating makes tools more resilient and stronger. This increased resilient increases tool lifespan while the increased strength improves cutting performance.

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Molding & Die Casting

Coating a mold or die with PVD increases filling while decreases the chance of the final product being distorted. The molds also last longer and are easier to clean.

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Forming & Punching

A PVD coating can also reduce wear on forming and punching dies and the lower friction of the tools means less money spent on expensive lubricants.

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Other Applications

PVD coating is useful for a wide variety of specialized industries, including automobiles, recreational equipment, electronics & semiconductors, medical implements, and aerospace blades, and decorative coating.

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