DIECASTING-MOULD Metal Plating Services for Aluminum & Zinc Die Castings and CNC Components
To ensure some properties or performance of the die castings or CNC machined parts, the metal plating process is often required. Whether you want to improve the aesthetic appeal or functional characteristics of your aluminum/zinc die casting parts, Junying (diecasting-mould.com) is capable to provide different types of metal plating services including chrome plating, nickel plating, tin plating, and more electroplating surface treatment to meet your specific needs. As an experienced metal fabrication and die casting products manufacturing company, we’ll provide reliable and affordable electroplating services and other metal finishing services to companies and clients across a variety of industries, such as aerospace, security lock, automotive, electrical, medical, etc. Customized plating services to help you develop key products with higher quality and lower cost.
Metal Plating Services at Junying
Common plating surface treatment services available at Junying for die castings and CNC parts including but not limited to:
- Nickel plating: it may refer to nickel electroplating or electroless nickel plating. Nickel electroplating is a technique of electroplating nickel onto a metal part, while electroless nickel plating is a chemical process that deposits an even layer of nickel-phosphorus alloy on the surface of a solid substrate. Nickel plating can be applied for die casting lock parts, shower fixtures, cutlery, and other household products to improve the wear resistance and decoration effect.
- Chrome plating: an electroplating technique uses electricity to deposit chromium onto the surface of a metal workpiece for decorative purposes or enhancement of hardness and corrosion resistance. Chrome plating can be categorized as either decorating or hard, depending on the thickness of the chromium layer. Chrome plating is very useful for automotive parts, furniture, industrial equipment, etc. Chromium is often used with nickel to form multiple-layer platings.
- Tin plating: the process of depositing a coating of the solderable tin onto the surface of parts via an electrical current. Tin plating can produce a shiny look or dull color. Tin is readily available compared to other metals, it also offers great corrosion resistance and excellent solderability, so tin plating or tinning is an extremely cost-effective process of different metal parts. Tin plating is suitable for a wide range of applications, including food, electronics, aerospace, telecommunications, jewelry, etc.
Why Choose Our Metal Plating Services
- Cost-effective and customized plating solutions for specific requirements
- A wide range of plating surface treatment techniques provided for the selection
- Lower your cost while achieving the desired functional characteristics
- Rich experiences in the electroplating process of aluminum and zinc die cast parts
- Different thickness and colors are available for the plating layer
What is Plating
Plating is a surface finishing process of coating a thin layer of metal on the substrate through the electrodeposition of metal ions. Metal plating process can be used for extensive purposes and applications, including to decorate objects, alter the appearance and improve properties, such as corrosion inhibition, hardness, wear resistance, paint adhesion, conductivity, radiation shielding, friction, etc. Plating techniques including electroplating, vapor deposition under vacuum, sputter deposition, and more. Electroplating is a commonly used surface finish service at Junying. In the electroplating process, an ionic metal is supplied with electrons to form a non-ionic coating on a substrate, the system usually involves a chemical solution with the ionic form of metal, as an anode that often consists of the metal being plated and an insoluble anode that may be carbon, steel, leads or others, and a cathode where electrons are supplied to produce a film of non-ionic metal.