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Injection Molding

With Armoloy Thin Dense Chrome we see less flashing issues as well. Armoloy TDC creates a 78Rc surface hardness. This helps maintain the design of the mold and drastically slows down the degradation process. Less degrading means less flashing.
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Ever Wondered How The Electrophoretic Deposition Coating Process Works?

Through controllable electrical currents, electrolyzing coatings are able to precisely adhere a coating without deformation of the base material. Thin Dense Chrome coatings require low heat, short exposure, and small amounts of voltage to adhere to the base.
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A SIMPLE cOATING sOLUTION

Simple Solutions That Work! - September 2018
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WHY CORES & PATTERNS MADE FROM TOOL STEEL & COATED LAST LONGER, by Chris Neely

Simple Solutions That Work! - April 2018
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Creating Efficient Tooling for Your Foundry, by Chris Neely

Foundry Management & Technology, January 2018
Reprinted with permission of Penton Media
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Why the Greatest Tool is Not in Your Toolbox, by Chris Neely

Simple Solutions That Work! - September 2017
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Whitepaper: The Electrolizing Thin, Dense, Chromium Process

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UDSA Equipment Acceptance Certificate

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Armoloy Brochure

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Armoloy TDC Conforms to AMS 2438E