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Coatings can be customized as needed to meet market, tool material and tool design requirements.
This trend is becoming more and more evident.

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Investment in our technology and our employees has made us the industry leader in HiPIMS and diamond coatings. The increased adoption of our HiPIMS coating technology by tool manufactures across the U.S. further expands its reach and proves the advantages it provides to our customers. Continued advancements will allow us to both strengthen our position in the marketplace and increase the cutting tool industry’s reliance on HiPIMS as a whole.

Jeff Barlow, President of CemeCon Inc.

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Lecture: “Diamond Coatings on Cutting Tools Applied to Super-Hard Workpiece Materials” – Dr. Michael Woda, Manager Development CVD

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“The Influence of Pulse Parameters on Plasma Properties and Performance of HiPIMS Coatings for Cutting Tools” – Dr. Stephan Bolz, Executive Director Technology & Development
AluCon®: The best for non-ferrous metals

AluCon®: The best for non-ferrous metals

Whether for e-mobility or in aircraft construction – lightweight materials such as aluminum and titanium-aluminum alloys are increasingly being used to reduce weight. These high-performance materials pose special challenges for machinists, which they can only meet with precisely matched high-end tools.
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