Selective Plating

Selective plating is an electrochemical process in which sections of a base metal is masked, except the area to receive plating, with a non-conductive material.  The masked surface, with a current running through it, is sprayed with a desired plating solution which adheres to the unmasked section.

Selective electroplating, also called brush electroplating, (Electro Chemical Metalizing) is a metal/alloy deposition method for electroplating specific surfaces, without using an immersion tank system.

Selective plating techniques have been developed at Select-Tron Industries over the years, even for those seemingly “impossible” applications.

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