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    17 years and we have aluminium titanium carbo-nitride physical vapor deposition induced recoil guides.

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    wow such mumbo jumbo....... but P.V.D - They mainly serve the purpose of extreme thin films like atomic layers and are used mostly for small substrates

    and TCN (TiCN) - This multi-layered coating is best suited for hard work materials over 40 Rc and operations involving interrupted cuts and high shock applications. The addition of carbon adds more hardness and better surface lubricity. Coating is medium gray or bronze in color with hardness reaching 90 Rc and a .3 coefficient of friction. TiCN Coating has up to 750 Degree F thermal stability. Hardness; 3000 HV. Coating Thickness; 2-4 microns. Thermal Stability; 400 deg. C or750 deg. F.

    waaaaay ouytta my price range

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    WOW. Are we talking about G.loomis rods or mobile nuke reactors?
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    maybe they will sell it at Costco, and other fine fly rod dealers
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    Quote Originally Posted by ret25yo View Post
    wow such mumbo jumbo....... but P.V.D - They mainly serve the purpose of extreme thin films like atomic layers and are used mostly for small substrates

    and TCN (TiCN) - This multi-layered coating is best suited for hard work materials over 40 Rc and operations involving interrupted cuts and high shock applications. The addition of carbon adds more hardness and better surface lubricity. Coating is medium gray or bronze in color with hardness reaching 90 Rc and a .3 coefficient of friction. TiCN Coating has up to 750 Degree F thermal stability. Hardness; 3000 HV. Coating Thickness; 2-4 microns. Thermal Stability; 400 deg. C or750 deg. F.

    waaaaay ouytta my price range
    Um yeah what he said..........wait can we get that again in english?????

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