This paper describes the development and implementation of a twin wire arc spraying process used to apply iron-carbon alloy coatings to cylinder bores in aluminum engines made for high-performance luxury vehicles. It presents and analyzes measurement data that quantify the uniformity of the coatings and the speed at which they are applied. It also discusses key technological achievements and their impact on the coating process.

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