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    how big of an item can you plater with plug and plated?

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  • bhhodges
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    caswell also has a very professional triple chrome plating video avaliable from the web site home page that is a big help with plating questions as well.


    bill

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  • Zee
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    Thank you for the information.

    I'll be ordering a kit shortly!

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  • bhhodges
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    the plating results are the same, i started out brush plating myself but soon learned that tank plating is so much easier and less time consuming, i only use brush plating now for minor touch up work but still use fastgold to do all my gold plating. so yes brushplating would be a good starting point for you. if you are going to use regular chrome you will have to use nickel first.


    bill

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  • Zee
    started a topic 'Plug-N-Plate' durability??

    'Plug-N-Plate' durability??

    I am just looking into doing some electroplating.
    Either nickel or chrome on small parts, and the plug-n-plate products seems like a great first step.


    My question is, how durable is this plating? Will it stand up to use and handling or is it for looks only?

    Thank You for your replies!!
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