What Is Electroless Plating?

What Is Electroless Plating?

Electroless plating requires no power source. The metal is deposited on the part using a complex chemical reaction, rather than being forced onto the part by a power source. Electroless plating usually requires that the solution be heated to high temperatures (190°F) for the reaction to take place.
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