See how 3D metal printing works. Layer by layer. From design to modeling to printing in plastic and metal to validating the final printed product.
Wire arc spray is used in a variety of situations from high-volume, low-cost applications to high-quality coatings as an alternative to plasma spray. Here you'll see synchronizer rings used in the automotive industry being coated with automated...
Platinum aluminide (PtAl) is the coating choice for many aviation gas turbine hot section airfoils.
Slurry coatings can be used on any surface capable of withstanding the thermal cycle needed to cure them—from metals to ceramics to glass. Watch as slurry is sprayed via robot.
Laser cladding employs a laser beam to fuse a broad range of materials from alloys to composites containing ceramic compounds onto a substrate to protect it from conditions such as corrosion and wear.
Watch our proprietary detonation gun (D-Gun) thermal process—the leading solution for parts that require extraordinary mechanical and wear properties—in action as it applied a coating to an aviation engine blade.
Our Tribomet abrasive coatings allow for turbocharger nozzle designs that reduce the gap between the stator and rotor to improve fuel efficiencies.
Molybdenum wire spray coatings are ideal for friction control on automotive components such as synchronizer rings and shifting forks.
Watch Praxair’s patented wear-control coating be applied via the high-velocity oxy fuel (HVOF) process to aluminum wheels.
We use cathodic arc physical vapor deposition (CAPVD) to deposit titanium nitride as a monolayer or multilayer coating to precision parts.