Baking paint and electroplating

- Jun 28, 2020-

Baking paint is to spray paint and then baking, electroplating is to use electricity to plate.


Electroplating is the process of plating a thin layer of other metals or alloys on certain metal surfaces using the principle of electrolysis. It is a process of using electrolysis to attach a metal film to the surface of metal or other material parts to prevent metal oxidation ( Such as rust), improve wear resistance, electrical conductivity, light reflectivity, corrosion resistance (copper sulfate, etc.) and enhance aesthetics. The outer layer of many coins is also electroplated. Electroplating can be divided into two kinds of metal and non-metal. Non-metals must generally be electroplated grade materials, and the product surface must generally be plated with three layers. The first layer is copper plating, the second layer is nickel, and the outermost layer is chromium. Metal can generally be seen in galvanized copper plating.


1. The difference between electroplating and baking paint:

Electroplated looks clean, and should not be rusted, no smell, there is a rough feeling when using, the price is a little more expensive than others. The lacquer is the original one, which is more traditional and generally used, and the other is that the encapsulation (also called intrusion) is different from the outsourcing process.


2. The difference between electroplating and electrophoresis:

Electroplating is the coating of metal particles on the surface of the product; electrophoresis is plastic particles.


3. The difference between painting and baking:

Baking paint is covered with a protective film on the basis of paint; spraying does not necessarily spray paint, it may be dusting.