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"Titanium plating with Ni bath"

2005

Dear Sirs,

I want to know if it is possible to mix any Titanium based soln with a Nickel bath solution for Electroplating..

Best Regards,

Philip Mauri
Keteca USA - Phoenix, Arizona
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2005

Hello Sirs / Ma'ams,

I was just wondering if there is a possibility of codepositing thru electroplating Titanium with Nickel sulfamate?... if so, can you recommend any Titanium soln that will go with Nickel sulfamate bath?...

Any help is greatly appreciated...

Philip Mauri
Plating - Chandler, Arizona
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2005

If I would know to plate titanium out of a water based solution (or any other kind of solution), I wouldn't tell anyone before wouldn't have a patent on it ;-)

Marcus Hahn
- Lucerne, Switzerland
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2005

It wasn't clear to me whether Philip wants to co-deposit some sort of titanium particles in a nickel matrix (which should be doable since teflon, diamond, chromium carbide, and all sorts of composites are plated that way), or he wants a titanium slurry for a porous plate like Ti-Cad (his 2nd request seems to indicate otherwise), or whether he wants an alloy plating (and I don't know enough metallurgy to know if such a nickel-titanium alloy is possible). But as a general rule, it is possible to electroplate SOME alloys that include active metals even though that active metal cannot be electroplated by itself. A slow and careful review of a few years' issues of Metal Finishing magazine's "Developments in Alloy Plating" should help.

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Striving to live Aloha
finishing.com - Pine Beach, New Jersey
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