Alloy Electroforming

Alloy electroforming using high-strength materials, such as nickel-cobalt, cobalt-tungsten, and even more complex alloys involving tungsten and the iron group metals, has made some inroads for special applications. Microfabrication of sensors, maskless jet systems, miniature computer components, and a host of newer devices rely on the properties of many electrodeposited alloys and the precision of electroforming to produce such items. Bath chemistries, deposition parameters (in some cases requiring pulse plating control), and fixturing are all very critical to control for optimal production of these advanced products.

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