Metal Evaporation may be the simplest way to deposit thin magnetic films. The metal to be deposited is put in a tungsten basket through which a current is passed or in an e-beam evaporator. The substrate is put directly in the line of sight of the evaporator and the metal atoms stick to the surface of the substrate. This process must be done under high vacuum conditions to prevent oxidation of the film. This technique allows us to grow many types of metal films (Cu, Ag, Au, Al, Fe, Co, Ni, Cr, Mn) in a quick and relatively simple way.