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  • Inferno
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    Re: Copy Cad volt/sq in?

    Thanks, I also forgot to ask how long I should plate for? I am mostly doing fasteners that will go on a car.

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  • kenrinc
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    Infrerno,

    You'll find this information elsewhere in this forum. The book shows 25ma per sq in but most us have found that 80 to 100ma per square is more likely. I personally plate now at 80ma (.08a) sq in. There is a fine line. Once you've got a little too much power you can actually watch the plate "flower out" instead of look smooth and shiny.

    $.02

    kenrinc-

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  • Inferno
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    Copy Cad volt/sq in?

    I forgot my plating manual at school. I have some parts I wanted to plate while I was off and was wondering if someone could give me the spec for the copy cad setup. Do you have any other important info I should know in the manual? This will be my first time attempting this. I have the 1.5 gallon setup.

    Thanks.
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