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Your guide to PVD technology, theory and applications



Welcome to the website devoted to Physical Vapour Deposition, PVD a group of vacuum coating techniques that are used to deposit thin film coatings that enhance the properties and performance of tools and machine components resulting in reduced costs and production times.

PVD coatings deposited using techniques such as magnetron sputtering or arc evaporation are used in a vast array of industries and hundreds if not thousands of applications as diverse as "self-cleaning" windows, medical implants, cutting tools, decorative fittings and Formula 1 racing parts.

This website provides a guide to PVD coating theory, PVD coating applications and PVD coating technology. If you wish to contact me to find out more about PVD coatings or want to know how PVD coatings could be used in your industry feel free to contact us at [email protected] We will be happy to help.

High-Speed Milling using PVD coated end mill

Hanita D618 are designed for Peripheral High Accuracy Long Milling of Ultra-Hard Steels. The Hanita brand carbide end mills and drills are manufactured with premium submicrograin carbide and powder metal high-speed steels, as well as a wide range of PVD and proprietary coatings for special applications. The feeds and cutting speeds routinely used in applications […]






Hanita D618 are designed for Peripheral High Accuracy Long Milling of Ultra-Hard Steels. The Hanita brand carbide end mills and drills are manufactured with premium submicrograin carbide and powder metal high-speed steels, as well as a wide range of PVD and proprietary coatings for special applications.

The feeds and cutting speeds routinely used in applications like this could not be achieved without PVD coatings.

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