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Electroplating of Wood



(2000)

I am a master's degree student in South Africa.

I would like to electroplate a piece of wood with nickel, chrome or zinc. I intend making a wooden mould that will last at least a thousand parts. I think that nickel, chrome or zinc would be best to use as it is not to expensive and it will give a hard enough surface.

Hope somebody can help me

Vincent Isaacs
- Cape Town, South Africa


(2002)

How can I find a name (address) of a book (article, paper) about electroplating of wood?

Mehdi Jamali
- Karaj, Iran


(2002)

Hi Mehdi. See our FAQ: www.finishing.com/faqs/organic.shtml

Ted Mooney, finishing.com Teds signature
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Pine Beach, New Jersey


(2003)

It can plated by pretreating and activation of the surface.

D.Munikrishnaan
- Chennai, India



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