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How Metal Plating Enhances Stamped Parts

on 12/3/19 9:59 AM | By Tim Lynch | 0 Comments | Secondary Operations
  A wide range of custom metal stampings require metal plating as part of the finishing process  – from large automotive parts to miniature components for electronics, injection molding, medical devices, and other applications. Metal plating for precision stamped parts is frequently used to strengthen electronic connections, but plating also may be used for decorative purposes and for corrosion resistance.  
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