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What is vacuum electroplating
Vacuum electroplating is a physical deposition phenomenon. In other words, the argon gas is injected in a vacuum, and the argon gas hits the target. The target is separated into molecules and adsorbed by the conductive material to form a uniform smooth metallic surface layer.
1. Many materials can be vacuum plated, including metals, hard and soft plastics, composites, ceramics and glass. Among them, the most common surface treatment for electroplating is aluminum, followed by silver and copper.
2. Natural materials are not suitable for vacuum electroplating treatment, because the moisture of natural materials will affect the vacuum environment.
In the process of vacuum plating, the workpiece needs to be sprayed, up, down and again, so the labor cost is quite high, but it also depends on the complexity and quantity of the workpiece.
Vacuum electroplating has little environmental pollution, similar to the impact of spraying on the environment.