American Plating Power, LLC. will showcase its MPS Controller that has been specially designed for use in manual and semi-automatic plating processes. With a few simple controls, the user can set the optimal current and voltage as well as anodic and cathodic, ramp and pulse functions. Up to eight programs can be stored with each ten sequential process steps. For each individual step it is possible to set time (seconds up to 99 hours), current or voltage level, ramp function (with start and end levels), polarity ( anodic or cathodic), and repeat function. Controls consist of numerical and function keys, with an easy to read LCD screen and light indicators. The MPS controller further improves processes repeatability through the ease of electronic parameters.
Editor PickFinishing Lines Per Shop
The average plating shop has about eight finishing lines in use, while the average Top Shops has almost 13 lines, according to the 2017 Products Finishing Top Shops Benchmarking Survey results.