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Looking for satin copper plating process


(2000)

dear sir,

we are a plating company that deals with acid copper plating of polyester figurines,we need a satin or brushed finish on some of our goods.I don't want to get involved with satin nickel because of it's relatively high operating temperature that sometimes causes puffs and blisters on plastics. Do you have any suggestions or guides to any suppliers of additives and brighteners for a satin copper bath that can be used in room temp.

best regards

G.Erhan Erel
Istanbul/Turkey


(2002)

Dear Sir or Madam,

I am doing my science fair project on copper plating using electrolysis and I was wondering if you would tell me exactly how you copper plate a metal?

Sincerely yours,

James Gardner
- Springhill, Louisiana


(2002)

Try the term "copper plating science project" in the search engine near the top of this page.

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