Vacuum Plating Service

As a leading China material Fabrication manufacturer, Kusla provides Vacuum plating service. we have PVD vacuum coating, reflective coatings Shielding coatings as well as other metal fabrication capabilities. Contact Kusla to find out more today!

  • High-Quality Vacuum plating services
  • A wide range of Vacuum plating materials
  • One-stop solution, supported by second machining capabilities

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Vacuum plating Specifications & Capabilities

Kusla Vacuum plating service could apply aluminum, nickel, stainless steel, and brass coatings on a wide range of materials of plastics. We can do Vacuum plating on ABS, Vacuum plating on Polycarbonate, Vacuum plating on Acrylic. Vacuum plating on HDPE.

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Vacuum Plating Advantages

  • Improved corrosion resistance
  • Decorative appeal
  • Increased solderability
  • Enhanced hardness
  • Reduced friction
  • Altered conductivity
  • Enhanced paint adhesion
  • Material deposition
  • Increased magnetism

Vacuum Plating Materials

  • Polypropylene Plastic Material

  • PET Plastic Material

  • Nylon Plastic Material

  • HDPE Plastic Material

  • ABS Plastic Material

  • Polycarbonate sheet

    Polycarbonate Plastic Material

  • PVC Plastic Material

  • Acrylic Plastic material

Kusla Vacuum Plating Services

Our vacuum plating and metallizing process involves enhancing part appearance, durability, and functionality by evaporating a metal material under vacuum and then condensing it on the component surfaces. We have the ability to apply aluminum, nickel, stainless steel, and brass coatings on non-metal substrates, such as ABS, PET, HDPE, and PP. Our process involves using three separate layers, a base coat, metal evaporated aluminum, and top coat that are decorative and protective. With our state-of-the-art process controls, we produce consistently uniform layers with a high degree of accuracy and repeatability.

Application Cases

KUSLA Vacuum plating Services FAQ

Vacuum plating is a physical deposition phenomenon. That is, argon gas is injected under vacuum, and the argon gas impinges on the target material. The target material is separated into molecules and adsorbed by the conductive goods to form a uniform and smooth surface layer. 

The metal film layer obtained by vacuum coating is very thin (generally 0.01~0.1um), which can strictly reproduce the shape of base product.

Other plastic fabrication capabilities