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.
|Title of host publication||SUR/FIN '95|
|Publication status||Published - 1995|
|Event||SUR/FIN Manufacturing and Technology Conference 1995 - Baltimore,MD, United States|
Duration: 5 Nov 1995 → …
|Conference||SUR/FIN Manufacturing and Technology Conference 1995|
|Period||05/11/1995 → …|
|Sponsor||The National Association for Surface Finishing|