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Daniel Luch: Process for electroplating directly plateable plastic with nickel-iron alloy strike and article thereof. The International Nickel Company, Francis J Mulligan Jr, E C MacQueen, March 25, 1980: US04195117 (33 worldwide citation)

Discloses the use of nickel-iron alloy strike deposits on directly plateable plastics whereby difficulties encountered in plating directly plateable plastics are obviated and plated objects suitable for service conditions 3 and 4 or equivalent service conditions are provided.


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John A Henricks: Multi-layer multi-metal electroplated protective coating. November 29, 1983: US04418125 (26 worldwide citation)

This invention is directed to the formation of highly protective electroplated multi-metal coatings over an iron basis metal. The high degree of protection is obtained by the deposition of three sucessive layers of two dissimilar metal layers that form a galvanic cell in which one of the two adjacen ...


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Kostas Routsis, Joseph J Parkos Jr, Melvin Freling: Method for applying an abrasive layer to titanium alloy compressor airfoils. December 24, 1991: US05074970 (19 worldwide citation)

A method for providing an abrasive layer on the surface of a turbine engine component is described. The method includes application of several layers of nickel; one layer includes abrasive particulates. The layer has good bond strength and has a thin cross section, thereby minimizing any effect on t ...


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John L Hurley, Daniel Luch, Charles J Knipple: Process for electroplating directly plateable plastic with cobalt alloy strike and article thereof. The International Nickel Company, Francis J Mulligan Jr, Ewan C MacQueen, March 4, 1980: US04191617 (16 worldwide citation)

Discloses the use of nickel-cobalt alloy strike deposits especially ultra-thin nickel-cobalt alloy strike deposits on directly plateable plastics whereby difficulties encountered in plating directly plateable plastics are obviated and plated objects suitable for service conditions 3 and 4 or equival ...


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Leslie S Wright Jr: Chromium plating process and article produced. Michael Ladney, Brooks & Kushman, January 7, 1986: US04563399 (14 worldwide citation)

A chromium plating process wherein first and second chromium layers are employed to enhance corrosion resistance. The chromium layers are separated by a strike of dissimilar metal, preferably nickel deposited using live entry into the nickel electroplating bath.


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Hitoshi Omura, Katsutada Yamada, Hideo Omura: Scratch and corrosion resistant, formable nickel plated steel sheet, and manufacturing method. Toyo Kohan, Felfe & Lynch, March 13, 1990: US04908280 (13 worldwide citation)

An anti-scratch nickel plated steel sheet and strip is provided which comprises, applying a nickel plating to both sides of the sheet or strip, subsequently plating a nickel phosphorus alloy on at least one or the other side of said plated layer, then subjecting said plated article to a heat treatme ...


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Yoshiaki Ogiwara, Masaki Yasuhara, Akira Matsuda: Plating method for a nickel-titanium alloy member. The Furukawa Electric, Frishauf Holtz Goodman Langer & Chick, November 7, 1995: US05464524 (12 worldwide citation)

A plating method for a nickel-titanium alloy member is provided which comprises the steps of: subjecting a nickel-titanium alloy member to an anodic electrolyzing treatment and a cathodic electrolyzing treatment in succession by using an electrolyte containing hydrochloric acid as an essential compo ...


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Donald J Barclay, James M L Vigar: Low concentration trivalent chromium electroplating solution and process. International Business Machines Corporation, Francis A Sirr, July 14, 1981: US04278512 (11 worldwide citation)

A very low concentration (below 0.03 M) trivalent chromium plating bath in which the source of chromium is an equilibrated aqueous solution of a chromium (III) - thiocyanate complex gives a deposit of unexpectedly light color. Such a bath is employed to produce thin overcoatings of light colored chr ...


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Karl Mull: Process for applying a structured surface coating on a component. Heidelberger Druckmaschinen, Herbert L Lerner, Laurence A Greenberg, May 16, 1995: US05415761 (9 worldwide citation)

A process for electrochemically depositing a structured surface layer on a component, such as a machine component, particularly a steel water cylinder of a printing press, is disclosed. The process comprises the steps of defining an electrical parameter, such as a potential and/or an electrical curr ...