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4/10/2018

Electroplating Method Suited for Small Components

Originally titled 'Technic Electroplating Method Suited for Small Components'
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Technic will showcase a variety of technologies for industrial and electronic finishing at Sur/Fin 2018, including its Spouted Bed Electrode (SBE), a patented method of electroplating small components such as electronic connectors, pins, chip capacitors and resistors.

Technic will showcase a variety of technologies for industrial and electronic finishing, including its Spouted Bed Electrode (SBE), a patented method of electroplating small components such as electronic connectors, pins, chip capacitors and resistors.

Also featured will be the CDP2000, a precision electroplating machine designed for high-accuracy, controlled-depth precious metal plating on loose parts (typically pins and sockets for the electronic connector industry). A range of conventional equipment from manual, wet, bench processing systems and laboratory scale production workstations to advanced multi-hoist lines and reel-to-reel, roll-to-roll and wire-plating technologies will round out the selections on display.

Finally, the company also will highlight its Alufinish aluminum anodizing products, which were introduced at Sur/Fin 2017.

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