EVER WONDERED HOW THE ELECTROPHORETIC DEPOSITION COATING PROCESS WORKS?
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.
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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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
Why the Greatest Tool is Not in Your Toolbox, by Chris Neely
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Whitepaper: The Electrolizing Thin, Dense, Chromium Process
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UDSA Equipment Acceptance Certificate
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Armoloy TDC Conforms to AMS 2438E
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