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Gold plating can be achieved with a range of base metals as well as glass, and is used to promote visual appeal, resistance to corrosion, electrical conduction and more.
Silver plating is used in many industries from jewelry to electronics to diningware, and depending on the application, offers better aesthetics, reflection, shine, and conductivity.
Copper plating is versatile in that it is used in a broad range of applications, and coats your desired components with a thin layer of copper for conductivity purposes or visual appeal.
Vibratory finishing is used to burnish, polish, refine or smooth metal components.
Brass plating is a high-demand process that adheres a layer of brass over another material of a component.
Hematite plating is used to plate metals or plastics with a thin coating of hematite.
Antiquing gives metal items a “worn” appearance by darkening certain parts of the metal finish, producing an "aged" look.
Our palladium plating process plates your desired component with a layer of the shiny precious metal palladium, rarer than gold or platinum.
Imitation Rhodium Plating
Imitation rhodium plating creates the appearance of shiny, precious rhodium at a fraction of the cost.
Rhodium plating can be done on gold, silver, copper and other alloys, to give a white, reflective appearance and provide resistance to scratches and tarnish.
Nickel plating produces a lustrous, harder finish on softer metal components and is used in many industries, such as clothing or cabinet and door hardware.
Heavy Gold Electroplating
Heavy gold electroplating, otherwise known as HGE, is a thicker type of electrolytic plating of gold and also the longest lasting type of electroplate. The thickness of heavy gold electroplate is around 2 to 3 mm thick (2 to 3/1000s of an inch).
Rack plating is an ideal solution when a large group of parts is grouped together in order to be plated at one time. Rack plating offers two significant advantages – decreased production time due to grouping many items together at one time and reduced costs due to batch completion.
Like rack plating, barrel plating is a method used to metal plate a group of items at one time. Small items are plated as a large group in a barrel. It is also more productive than rack plating, allowing plating of very large groups of small items in a fraction of the time required with other metal plating methods.