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PlasmaKing Coats Synthetic Diamond on Steel
Posted on Tuesday, August 17, 2004 @ 20:05:04 GMT by vlad

General pulsed_ignition writes: The PlasmaKing device has now coated Synthetic Diamond on steel. I suspect anything can be coated with this new process, but capital must be secured before further testing.

Diamond Like Carbon coatings will allow the ultimate in energy efficiency when used on moving parts, because it is known to have high lubricity. Surface coatings on automobiles, airplanes and for aerospace will be possible in the near future, sooner if funding is secured.


The coating is light blue and the un-coated adjacent area has discolored. The coated area is unaffected by 18KT gold test acid, as would be expected with Synthetic Diamond coatings. The un-coated reverse instantly turns black under the application of acid. The quality of the coating is unknown, and will remain unknown until R&D capital has been secured.

A thin steel pan coated on both sides will absorb and distribute heat better than copper and will also be non stick. It will also look pretty cool, as most DLC coatings are bluish to deep purple - and you can cut your food and hold it down with a steel fork within the pan - without damaging the coating.

Picture will be posted later.

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Re: PlasmaKing Coats Synthetic Diamond on Steel (Score: 1)
by Sigma on Tuesday, August 17, 2004 @ 20:42:31 GMT
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Thats pretty cool! Glad to see you are making good progress Chris! If you get a chance you should post a couple of pics or the coating on your site! Seems that your DLC coating have a lot of possible applications, I will keep my ears open for more developments.



Re: PlasmaKing Coats Synthetic Diamond on Steel (Score: 1)
by Technophile on Wednesday, August 18, 2004 @ 09:05:05 GMT
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This is very intriguing, Chris. Do you have any general estimate or guestimate of energy costs for such a coating? And does it take a long time to deposit a useful coating, or is it a quick process?

Thanks for keeping us informed of your work.



THIN DIAMOND FILM TECHNOLOGY (Score: 1)
by vlad on Thursday, April 14, 2005 @ 22:26:37 GMT
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UNL TO IMPROVE THIN DIAMOND FILM TECHNOLOGY, April 14
A University of Nebraska-Lincoln engineer is leading a team of engineers from UNL and the University of Missouri-Rolla on a project to refine a process that coats surfaces with thin diamond films. The team has received a three-year grant exceeding $3 million from the Department of Defense's Office of Naval Research. There is the possibility of an additional $2 million in out-years four and five.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news3731.html




 

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