PVD

Why should PVD be performed in a vacuum environment?

PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) refers to the use of low-voltage, high-current arc discharge technology under vacuum conditions, using gas discharge to evaporate the target material and ionize the evaporated material and gas, and utilizes the acceleration of the electric field The evaporated substance and its reaction products are deposited on the workpiece. 1.  Prevent gas […]

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