Annealing chamber for in-situ studies
Thermal stability is an important aspect of wear resistant coatings since the temperature of coatings can reach 800-1000 °C during cutting operations. We use a high temperature vacuum furnace (up to 1200 °C) to follow the phase and microstructure evolution in-situ during annealing.
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