Nickel Coatings and Electroforming Using Pulse Reversal Plating

Peter Torben Tang, Henrik Dylmer, Per Møller

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    Abstract

    Introducing pulse plating brings new life and possibilities to one the oldest groups of electroplating processes. Nickel coatings and electroforming are used in a great variety of products, from oil valves to optical discs, and for many applications such as corrosion protection and micro-mechanics. A series of new results using pulse reversal plating in Watts based electrolytes will be discussed. Elec-troforming completely without internal stress and with improved throwing power will be demonstrated, as well as a corrosion resistance of nickel coatings that could allow coating thicknesses, as well as al-lergy risks, to be significantly reduced.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationSUR/FIN '95
    PublisherAESF
    Publication date1995
    Publication statusPublished - 1995
    EventSUR/FIN Manufacturing and Technology Conference 1995 - Baltimore,MD, United States
    Duration: 5 Nov 1995 → …

    Conference

    ConferenceSUR/FIN Manufacturing and Technology Conference 1995
    CountryUnited States
    CityBaltimore,MD
    Period05/11/1995 → …
    SponsorThe National Association for Surface Finishing

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    Tang, P. T., Dylmer, H., & Møller, P. (1995). Nickel Coatings and Electroforming Using Pulse Reversal Plating. In SUR/FIN '95 AESF. http://www.ipl.dtu.dk/publikation/7751/dk/