11/29/2017

RPW/Elite Holding Plating Classes

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The classes are designed to help customer service, engineers, designers, salesmen, purchasers and product managers who need more information on how plating is done and what plating can do. 

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Reliable Plating Works and Elite Finishing in Milwaukee will be holding plating classes every Friday in February. The classes are designed to help customer service, engineers, designers, salesmen, purchasers and product managers who need more information on how plating is done and what plating can do. 

Company president Jaime Maliszewski says they start with a quick introduction and video with commentary of the plating process while we eat our lunch. 

“We follow this with a plant tour with hands on looks at all of the equipment, including the lab,” he says. “Back to the classroom for information on cost drivers, design issues, plating properties and capabilities, polishing and vibratory finishing information and a show and tell on hard to finish parts.” 

Maliszewski says classes fill up quick and they can only accommodate 20 per class and they almost always are full. Visit rpwinc.net or email  info@rpwinc.net

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