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Chrome Plating a RIM tooled part


(1999)

We manufacture exterior mirrors for Coach Buses. I have an RIM tooled part made of Bayflex Polyurethane Elastomeric 110-50. This is similar to an injection molded ABS part but has a lower Heat sag temperature than ABS.

My question becomes is it possible to Chrome plate the part?

Mark Roberts
manufacturing - Elkhart, Indiana


(2001)

In bicycle plating, we face burning problem and pitting problem. Suggestion for it?

Vishal Pandya
-Mumbai, Maharastra, India



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