Search

Search Results
Results 31 - 40 of 1915 for Silver
  • Supplier Profile
    Welcome to Cohler Enterprises. We are a family owned and operated business specializing in the manufacturing of rhodium, gold, and silver plating solutions.Our consistently high quality products at...
  • Supplier Profile
    New England Chrome Plating Inc. has specialized in metal finishing since 1968. Together our platers have over fifty years of experience and are extremely knowledgeable in metal finishing. We offer a...
  • Supplier Profile
    Electro-Spec provides high quality and high reliability Gold, Silver, Nickel, Copper and Tri-M3™(Tri-Alloy) electroplating. It provides services to Aerospace, Medical, Automotive, RF/Microwave.
  • Supplier Profile
    Alcaro & Alcaro Plating Co., Inc. has numerous metal plating capabilities and metal plating processes for a variety of stampings plated. Alcaro Plating does plating to Military Specifications. Our...
  • Supplier Profile
    MIP, Inc. is a Metal Finishing company with primary expertise in plating tin and silver on aluminum. MIP features plating in silver, electroless nickel, bright & matte tin, and zinc. We also...
  • Supplier Profile
    Metal Finishing Technologies, Inc. is a source for Cadmium, Copper, Electrolytic and Electroless Nickel, Gold, Silver, Tin, and Zinc Plating on a variety of base materials, including zinc die cast and...
  • Supplier Profile
    Milwaukee Plating provides high-quality rack electroplating services to a list of manufacturers that includes some of the best-known names in industry. We specialize in copper plating, nickel plating,...
  • Supplier Profile
    Hagstoz offers a wide range of sheet metals and wires including sterling silver, fine silver, gold, gold filled, brass, bronze, copper, nickel and more. These metals are offered in many different...
  • Supplier Profile
    Sherbrooke Metals is a primary manufacturer of Copper Tungsten and Silver Tungsten refactory composites. These products are produced under strict processing guidelines using the powder metallurgy...
  • Article - 14 Feb 2001
    Engineering thermoplastics are generally amorphous or semi-crystalline. The differences between these two types of materials are explained.