Electroplated nickel and electroless nickel are important metal finishes, used extensively for a multitude of applications. The properties making nickel a valued surface finish also create challenges with measuring layer thicknesses of the deposited material.
- Learn about the challenges with measuring electroplated and electroless nickel layer thicknesses
- Different techniques available for measuring electroplated and electroless nickel
- Which measurement methods are the most appropriate for the different nickel applications
Director of Product Management; Fischer Technology, Inc.
Rob has been working with Fischer Technology for 13 years. He began his career with Fischer as a field sales engineer, then after 10 years transitioned to applications and product support. In 2019 he was promoted to Director of Product Management. He is a member of NACE, SSPC, IPC and NASF. Prior to joining Fischer, Rob spent over 10 years as a service engineer with a leading supplier of thin film metrology to the semiconductor industry.