MMC treatment (Magma Moon Coating) is a 3D laser texturing operation of the visible face of the moon according to an official NASA image.
The laser process makes it possible to obtain different finishes of the material going from matt to glossy and from dark to lightest.
Our ADLC treatment maintains dedicated certifications for the automotive, the medical and the aerospace industries.
ISO/TS 16949 (Automotive)
ISO 13485 (Medical)
AS 9100 (Aerospace)
PACVD (Plasma Assisted Chemical Vapor Deposition) is a vacuum-based process used to deposit DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) coatings, also known as ADLC (Amorphous Diamond-Like Carbon). All educts of the PACVD process are gaseous. This makes it suitable for coating 3D components uniformly, without the need for rotation as is necessary in PVD.
The coatings are amorphous in structure and contain around 70% sp3 bondings, which accounts for the high hardness of the coating (10-40 GPa).
The PACVD process is used for coating a very broad range of conductive and non-conductive substrate materials at temperatures below 200 °C. The typical thickness is in the range of 2 – 3 µm.
ADLC coatings feature excellent hardness
Get back your original watch whenever you want.
8 times more resistant than Rolex stainless steel,
3 times more than casual DLC.
100% swiss made, our coating has a lifetime longevity.
Be sure that your watch is in the right hands and to get the expected result.
"What one needs is a face that people can identify in a second. You have to be given what's needed by nature, and what's needed is to bring something new."