electroplating


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electroplating

[i·lek′trōplāt′ing]
Etymology: Gk, electron, amber + Fr, plat, flat dish
plating or coating of an object with a layer of metal through the use of electrolytic processes.

electroplating,

n plating by electrolysis. Impressions are plated in dentistry to form metalized working dies.
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At the same time as electroplating, a related process was developed known as electrotyping which, instead of depositing a thin skin of metal, allowed a whole object to be grown in the plating vat.
Dani Saveker-Marshall, managing director of Savekers, with Philip Walters, former works director, at the opening of the new electroplating plant at Perry Barr
With advances in information-age technologies, the field of electroplating has seen dramatic growth in the decade since the previous edition of Modern Electroplating was published.
Before installing the 'FAG Motion Guard Champion' lubricators from RS, Collini Wien frequently had to shut down its electroplating plant because of damage to bearings caused by insufficient lubrication.
As well as providing CUI for electroplating, HNK Tech also has the technology to provide highly accurate uniformity for other plating methods including PVD, plasma, plastic and spray coatings but not titanium.
Electroplating is king of the hill in the metal-coatings industry.
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Riley Surface World has recently concluded a major project to dispose of and decommission a large electroplating facility in the south west of Ireland.
Electroplating building at the Garfield Superfund site in Garfield, New Jersey.
Unlike electroplating, there's no masking of the part, and much less scrap," claims Roesnick, "and it's cost-effective when compared to similar processes.
In the program, IBM and NEXX will collaborate in New York State on the development of electroplating hardware and processes for advanced chip packaging applications.