Is it possible to plate Electroless Nickel on a tungsten substrate without using a cyanide copper or chrome strike? We would like to build up .001"-.002" thick of E/N for part salvage. Customer will finish grind to size.
Paul A. Szymanowski plating shop. - Erie, Pennsylvania 1999
On pg 624 and 5 of Lowenheim's
[adv: this book on
there are several methods listed, but they all are nasty and require a vacuum furnace. I would approach this one with great caution unless it is very lucrative in price and quantity.
James Watts - Navarre, Florida 1999
Looks like this job may be for vacuum coating. If that is acceptable, you may contact me for further discussion.
Mandar Sunthankar - Fort Collins, Colorado 1999
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