Automated Plating Systems Eliminate Use of Immersion Tank

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SIFCO Process Automation can be tailored to operate within many production processes.

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SIFCO ASCs custom, automated plating systems are designed to electroplate or anodize localized areas on components without the use of an immersion tank. SIFCO Process Automation can be tailored to operate within many production processes, the company says, and delivers accurate and controlled deposits with minimal operator involvement.

With a robotic arm used to move the electrode, SPC charts show improved process capability of the deposit properties measured on production parts using automation.

By automating the process, the company provides an alternative for manufacturers looking to enhance the surfaces of components in higher volumes and complex geometries, while meeting all brush plating standards.

 

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