Production of Tool Coatings by Chemicothermal Plasma Methods
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Abstract—Two methods are considered for the production of wear-resistant coatings for cutting and stamping tools: plasma nitriding with subsequent oxidation; and plasma chemical vapor deposition of metals with preliminary nitriding. The microstructure of the modified layers, their microhardness, and the tool life are discussed.
Keywords:plasma nitriding tools wear-resistant coatings modified coatings
The work was supported by the Russian Science Foundation, project no. 17-19-01473.
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