The vacuum deposition techniques are particularly interesting for the production of coatings and its advantages are multiple.
The vacuum deposition techniques is subdivided in two families, known as PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition) and CVD (Chemical Vapour Deposition).
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In thermal evaporation the materials to be evaporated is put on conductive (graphite or tungsten) crucibles which are intensely heated by Joule effect, until its evaporation.
In the e-beam evaporation the necessary vapours for the production of the coating are obtained by focussing an energetic electron beam on the crucible containing the material, and heating it until reaching its evaporation.
The electrons dissipate their kinetic energy in the material, the power of the e-beam has to be regulated in such a way to reach the
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