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High Pressure Die Casting involves injecting the liquid metal at high speed and applying a very high-pressure during solidification. This process is used mainly for producing accurately dimensioned, sharply defined, smooth or textured-surface aluminium parts, and using reusable molds.
Injection molding involves heating a material and then injecting it into a mold before ejecting it once cooled and solidified.
Electroplating is the process of applying a long-lasting metal coating – gold,silver – on another piece of metal (or another conductive surface) through an electro-deposition process.
E-coating, also known as electrodeposition coating, is a process of painting that uses electrical current to deposit paint on a surface.
PVD Coating refers to a variety of thin film deposition techniques where a solid material is vaporized in a vacuum environment and deposited on substrates as a pure material or alloy composition coating.
Anodizing is a surface treatment designed to protect a material.
Spraying is a coating process used to cover a material with a thin layer of metal or color.
Epoxy varnishing consists in applying a thin layer of epoxy, which, after drying, imparts to the surface a remarkable luster.
Polishing is used to make a perfectly smooth surface.
Hot stamping consists of engraving a raised pattern, with or without the application of a thin layer of metal or color.
Enameling is a manufacturing process consisting of depositing on a metal or other support, a vitreous, transparent or colored layer.
Galvanizing is a surface treatment process that involves immersing finished products in a molten zinc bath to generate a protective alloy.