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2000

To managing Director Finishing.com, As we are planning to produce figure of metallic cover in the polyester resin how can we electroplate on the surface of rubber mould ,as we came to know that you have the solution for this matter. Looking for your mail Sincerely yours Tezndra

Tezndra Hyoju
- Kathmandu,Bagmati,


2000

Hi!

It is very critical to firstly furnish details of the type of steel used in mould making of rubber moulds. Usually as a convention, mild steels, hot die steels or WPS are used to manufacture rubber moulds. Moulds can be well protected from scratches, rust, etc. by hard chrome plating the working areas. Also as a plus pt. , the electrodeposit of chrome produces a non-galling (non sticking) surface for better extraction of moulded article.

Solomon Mordecai
- Mumbai,Maharashtra ,india



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