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topic 1501

Plating on Z.A.M.A.C.


(1998)

Please advise;

We currently make small wire form products that are electroplated in different finishes such as Nickel, Gilt.

1)Can we use the same electroplating processes to finish our Casted products that are made from Zinc Alloy?

2) How does plating on a Zinc Alloy material hold up as compared to plating on steel or brass wire?

Any comments would be appreciated.

Bruce Weaver

(1998)

We have been plating copper, nickel, gold, and brass finishes over zmac(z1 rubber mold casting alloy from tekcast in new york) quite successfully.

Process cycle

Ken Fefferman
- Harwood Heights, Illinois


(1998)

We have a new cleaner and/or activation solution especially designed for Zamak zinc-die casts. It improves the adhesion of subsequent plating and is not strongly corrosive. This even works in an untrasonic cleaner.

Agi D'Mello
- Finitech, Inc.


(1999)

We are looking for the Mississippi Trading Inc using E-Mail address mti@ibm.net, who makes buttons, etc. feedback would be appreciated.

purchasing manager
Pagano Western Wear


Okay, here's some feedback as requested then:

People miss out on sales opportunities when they don't order a directory listing here to keep their contact info current.smiley

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finishing.com
Pine Beach, New Jersey


(2002)

Es possible bano de Cu electrolitico sobre zamak sin utilizar cianuros.

Gabriel Dominguez Ribas
Artepais sa - Natal, Brasil



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