High-Capacity Industrial Coating Machine for Large-Scale Operations
The VT-3000i PVD machine is industrial coating equipment designed for high throughput or larger parts up to 122 cm (48 in). Our unique centrally-mounted cathodic arc deposition source ensures you get consistency and maximum control over coating uniformity and properties. Lower temperatures enable you to coat a wide variety of materials such as steel, brass, zinc, or prepared plastic, giving products made of multiple materials a common finish and appearance. VaporTech will custom-design coatings to meet your specifications for color or function.
The VT-3000i PVD coating machine is the newest version of our VT-3000 series series that have operated successfully in industrial applications around the world for more than 20 years. Improvements include a 40% reduction in footprint, upgraded vacuum pumping system, updated software, and reduced maintenance requirements.
Contact us at (303) 652-8500 today to learn more about how our coating systems can save you money while taking your business to the next level!
The VT-3000i PVD machine includes the following key capabilities:
Excellent color uniformity & deposition rates
throughout the chamber.
Multiple coating technologies in a single system.
Even coating deposition rates throughout the chamber.
Lower-temperature process suitable for both metal and plastic parts.
Coat large parts up to 122 cm (48 in) long.
Monitor coating processes locally or remotely.
Sputtering vs. cathodic is something great to know when looking at your coating options.
For many uses, cathodic arc vapor deposition is the best coating option. Our lower temperature advanced vapor deposition (LTAVD™) thin-film coating process uses a cathodic arc with a high energy of deposition to create a denser coating than traditional sputtering processes. This is important because sparser coatings degrade much more quickly over time.
For coating functional, tribological, and biocompatible products, the VaporTech® Cadence™ system patented RAAMS™ (remote anode advanced magnetron sputtering) process is superior to traditional sputtering coating. RAAMS increases the energy of deposition to create denser coatings, increasing your product’s hardness, durability, and wear-resistance.