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Our Technology

What is PVD coating?
Physical Vapor Deposition, or PVD, is a term used to describe a family of coating processes. The most common of these PVD coating processes are evaporation (typically using cathodic arc or electron beam sources), and sputtering (using magnetic enhanced sources or "magnetrons", cylindrical or hollow cathode sources). All of these processes occur in vacuum at working pressure (typically 10-2 to 10-4 mbar) and generally involve bombardment of the substrate to be coated with energetic positively charged ions during the coating process to promote high density. Additionally, reactive gases such as nitrogen, acetylene or oxygen may be introduced into the vacuum chamber to create various compound coating compositions. The result is a very strong bond between the coating and the tooling substrate and tailored physical, structural and tribological properties of this films.

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Background

Daedalus Co.Ltd. is Taiwan’s preeminent PVD coating company bred from Mingdao University and Surface Corp. For more than 10 years, our coating system have been helping customers to realize the full potential of their tools and products, thereby improving the efficiency and profitability of their manufacturing operations.

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In addition to our standard PVD processes, we also provide proprietary PVD coating processes to meet our customers' needs. Each of these coating technologies represents a family of specific PVD coating compositions (TiSiN, TiAlCrN, etc) those are processed in order to benefit specific applications.

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