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Subject: Re: blue layer with balanced magnetron sputtering

Date: 07/24/01 at 8:14 AM
Posted by: mike plaisted
E-mail: mike108@togehter.net
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In Reply to: blue layer with balanced magnetron sputtering posted by Sandner Wilhelm on 03/09/01 at 2:06 PM:

There are a number of processes to make a blue reactive sputtered coating. By far the most impressive I have seen is a deep and rich color made with titanium oxide. I understand the properties are also excellent.

This may not be much help. It's like giving someone a tube of blue paint and telling them it will make a wonderful picture. To do the same reactive color over and over will require a lot of work by you.

mike plaisted


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