Electroplating Fundamentals - Industrial Metallurgists

Electroplating Fundamentals

Electroplating Fundamentals

Electroplating is used to deposit metal coatings on components and stock metal for a wide range of applications. Getting coatings that consistently meet your requirements requires some engineering effort – writing good coating specifications, selecting capable suppliers, and knowing what to do when quality problems arise. Being able to do these things requires - at a minimum - knowledge of electroplating fundamentals.

Watch this video of a past live Electroplating Fundamentals webinar to get you started.

You’ll learn about electroplating process steps, important coating attributes and how they are evaluated, and coating defects and causes. You’ll also learn important details for writing coating specifications, electroplater evaluation, and solving coating quality problems.

The video is about 35 minutes. You will receive a webinar slide document and have 6 weeks access to the recording.

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Topics covered

  • Physics of metal deposition.
  • Electroplating process steps, their purpose, and important process variables.
  • Deposited metal attributes and how they are evaluated.
  • Deposited metal defects and their causes.
  • Engineering steps to take to ensure coatings meet requirements.

Who should attend

People who want a solid understanding of electroplating fundamentals to better ensure they receive component that meet design requirements. This includes engineers who specify electroplated coatings, evaluate and select electroplaters, and deal with coating quality problems.

Course certificate

No training credit is awarded for this training because of its short length

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Individual: Fee is per person. Add the course to your cart and pay. You will receive an email with instructions on how to access the course. Registering for someone else? Register using their name and email address at the start of the check-out process, and use your credit card to pay.

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Registering

Individual: Add the video to your cart and pay. You will receive an email with instructions on how to access the course. Registering for someone else? Register using their name and email address at the start of the check-out process, and use your credit card to pay.

Group: Contact us to register more than one person or for pricing for groups of 5 or more people.

Registering

Individual: Fee is per person. Add the webinar to your cart and pay. You will receive an email with instructions on how to access the training. Registering for someone else? Register using their name and email address at the start of the check-out process, and use your credit card to pay.

Group: Register more than one person by clicking the "Add to Cart" button multiple times or by editing the quantity in the shopping cart. After registering you will receive an email with information about how to access the course that you can share with the others in your group. Contact us for pricing for large groups of people.

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