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Stripping of DLC Coatings


(2000)

Hello !

Does anyone know of any stripping method for DLC - coatings, is it possible to burn it off? Thanks Caroline

Caroline Alting
Technical University of Denmark - Denmark


(2000)

DLC being a type of carbon, it is as impervious to chemical reaction as any other carbon. Burning off at higher temperatures in oxygen or air would be the best solution if possible. I believe temp above 300 is better. However, if it is not a pure DLC (as many new DLCs are made with metallic impurities), you may need a suitable post-stripping process.

Mandar Sunthankar
- Fort Collins, Colorado



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