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Plating Clinic: Uniform Thickness Distribution of Brush Plating
Q. Why isn’t my brush-plated deposit uniformly distributed? Derek Varner from Sifco says in order to achieve uniform deposit thickness, a well-designed, properly-used plating tool is critical.
Ask an Expert Published: 12/1/2016
Plating Clinic: Improving Acid Zinc Coverage and Brightness
Q. We plate our parts in a mixed acid-zinc rack bath, containing both ammonium and potassium chloride. How do we improve our zinc deposit’s clarity, brightness and thickness, especially in the low current density (LCD) areas of our parts without sac...
Ask an Expert Published: 11/1/2016
What’s New in the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016
The Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) of 2016 passed with overwhelming support and the Act is now effective, impacting how a company can protect its assets. Below is a recap of what is new and what every company should be looking to do in light of thi...
Ask an Expert Published: 10/1/2016
Plating Clinic: Adhesion of Brush Plated Deposits
Q. How well does a brush-plated deposit adhere to the base metal?
Ask an Expert Published: 9/1/2016
Plating Clinic: Non-Dyed Versus Dyed Acid Copper
Q. What is the difference between non-dyed vs. dyed acid copper technologies?
Ask an Expert Published: 8/1/2016
Time for a Federal Contractor Reality Check
The economic benefits of a federal contractor status can be significant; the federal government awarded over $445 billion in contracts in the 2014 fiscal year.
Ask an Expert Published: 7/1/2016
Plating Clinic: Cleaner Bath Life
Q. My cleaners are not lasting nearly as long as they should. What can I do to lengthen the life of my cleaner bath?
Ask an Expert Published: 7/1/2016
Plating Q&A: Reduced Brightness and Thickness
Why aren't our parts as bright as they were before plating?
Ask an Expert Published: 6/1/2016
Plating Q&A: Alternatives to Hydrochloric Acid
We need to reduce our first pass defect rate.
Ask an Expert Published: 5/1/2016
Plating Q&A: Benefits of Different Soak Cleaners
There are three primary types of soak cleaners: liquid, two-part liquid and powder.
Ask an Expert Published: 4/1/2016

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