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Cost of hard chrome plating


(1998)

Can you help me to determine the cost of hard chrome plating? Is it priced by the square foot, by the lot size in a tank divided by process time, or other means?

thank you

david stillson
Applied Materials


(1998)

Chrome is priced by the cost of the overall process. Racking, anode design and masking have a significant bearing on the cost.

The total amount of parts to be done over a long period of time has a bearing as you can spend more money on permanent fixtures/anodes and bring down the price per part with the time savings.

The cost of a "whoops" is factored in. The cost to plate a $100,000 aircraft part vs a similar $5,000 part is significant, and obviously there is not much thought given to spoiling a $5 part.

Final factor, is what the market will stand.

James Watts
- Navarre, Florida



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