Tool coating technology has made significant progress

PVD coating technology has made comprehensive progress in key technologies such as improving control technology, increasing plasma density, increasing magnetic field strength, improving the shape of a cathode target, and achieving full-automatic computer control of the process, so that the strength of the bond between the coating and the substrate can be achieved. The performance of the coating has been significantly improved. The coating types have also rapidly expanded from conventional TiN, TiCN, TiAIN to special TiAIN, AlTiN, TiAlCN, CrN, CBC (DLC) coatings, as well as various composite coatings and nano-coatings. Layer, and can control and change the coating grouping, percentage, structure in a wide range to use different processed materials and different cutting conditions, thereby significantly improving the cutting performance of the tool, so that the coating technology The "modification" of tool materials has reached a new level and opened up more space. It has become a key technology in the development of high-speed cutting, hard cutting and dry cutting.
The coating equipment is designed for computer automatic control and modularization. The equipment has good flexibility, high production efficiency and stable quality. A single device can adapt to different batches, different tools, blades and different coatings. For example, PLATIT and PVT use multi-arc process, multi-arc equipment to effectively control the "droplets" generated by the arc, so that the surface finish of the tool coating is greatly improved, has been used for CD-ROM die coating. PLATI's newly developed μAITiN coating surface roughness is only Ra 0.02μm.
PLAITT's newly developed nano-coating is a nano-gradient coating. By changing the composition of the coating in the order of nanometers, a gradient coating with a continuous change in hardness (toughness) is obtained; the second is a nano-multilayer coating. AIN is used as the main layer and TiN-cRN is the intermediate layer. The two layers alternate with each other to form a multilayer structure (test shows that the hardness of the coating reaches the highest value when the layer distance is 7nm, about 45Gpa); the third is the nanostructure coating, which is The new coating obtained on the company's latest generation of л80's upper device, AITiN/SiN, has a 3 nm structure with AlTiN grains embedded in an amorphous Si3N4 matrix with Si3N4 1 nm after the grains. The coating has a hardness of 45 Gpa, a friction coefficient of 0.45, and a maximum operating temperature of 1100°C. The LARC process developed on this device can also generate a nano-multilayer coating consisting of the above structures, which can further increase the toughness of the coating.

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Tips & Warnings
Check your recipe as you cook. If you find that your baked goods fall apart easily when your remove them from the pan, you may have too much liquid in your recipe.
Wipe off the surface of the pan with a damp towel to prevent dough and batter from sticking on the surface.
Use an ice cream scoop to put batter in the pan with minimal spills.

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