GNP-1E front half

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Vacuum metalizing of a hand held device. Approximately 4.661" long x 3" wide x 0.76" tall. Please see drawing for specific dimensions. Hand held device the size of a pager requires EMI/RFI shielding. Buyer wants to plate the exterior of the part to shield and also give a functional aesthetic finish. Must be durable and provide shielding. Chrome, antique pewter, nickel colors would all work. Buyer is not the end user. After quotation supplier will have to go through end user apporval.

Buyer Information

Industry Medical
City/Region Boulder, Colorado
Country USA

RFQ

RFQ Number 351721
Material Thermoplastic
Material Grade plastic

Technical Specifications

Category Thermal Coating
Dimensions

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Thermal Coating: Thermal Spray processes melt a metal coating from powder, droplet, wire, or rod form, into a vapor that bonds to the part. These processes are done at extremely high temperatures. Thermal spray coatings have excellent corrosion resistance properties and are commonly used in outdoor structures, such as bridges and towers. Flame Spraying (FLSP) uses an oxyacetylene flame to melt the coatings. Plasma Arc Spraying (PSP) melts powders at very high temperatures, but allows the surface of the part to remain somewhat cooler. Electric Arc Spraying (EASP) uses electric arc to melt the coatings, generally in wire form and fed into the sprayer by a motor. A gas is used to then inject the melted droplets into the part's surface. Detonation Gun (D-Gun) melts the metal coating, in a powder form, by igniting explosive gas in a gun. High-velocity Oxy/Fuel (HVOF) uses oxygen, hydrogen, and gas, usually methane, to melt the metal coating, usually in a powder form.