How do I coat copper with titanium?
I read about a copper bar coated with titanium. Does anyone know how it can be done?Denir Paganini Nascimento
It is best to buy it from somebody in the business. It amounts to having a Ti tube with very tight tolerances and forcing a copper bar of a precise size into it.
This can partially be accomplished by heating the tube and freezing the copper in either liquid nitrogen or a dry ice and methyl alcohol bath. You bring the copper out and rapidly force it into the tube. If you are not fast, you have a copper bar stuck partway into the tube. I guess you could always pour molten copper into the Ti tube if you have that capability.James Watts
- Navarre, Florida
There are all sorts of ways to deposit titanium on copper bars -- HVOF, PVD, et al. What is the application?
PVD Consultant - San Diego, California
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