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Vacuum plating - Matt paint
Vacuum plating - Matt paint
Applicable to Metals,Plastics

Vacuum plating mainly includes vacuum evaporation, sputtering and ion plating. They are all used to deposit various metal and non-metal films on the surface of plastic parts through distillation or sputtering under vacuum conditions. It can get very thin surface coating. Detail sanding would proceed for these parts in order to achieve the best surface effect after plating.Features: fast speed and good adhesion.
Application: functional coatings for higher-end products, household appliances, and cosmetic packaging.

Technical properties
Sharp edges and burrs Removed
Premium appearance availability Yes
Tolerances Met after surface finish
Applicable to all pantone colors-Matt
Applicable Materials
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Example of an Vacuum plating - Matt paint part
Design considerations for Vacuum plating - Matt paint
The Justway Vacuum plating - Matt paint process

vacuum plating with matte paint is a complex and specialized process, requiring skilled technicians and precise equipment to achieve optimal results. Let’s break down the basic steps for Vacuum plating - Matt paint a part:

  • Clean up the material to be treated and apply a thin layer of primer
  • The material is placed in a vacuum chamber and metal vapors are deposited on the surface using ionized gas
  • Apply a clear coat to its surface
  • Curing of the coating material
  • A matte paint is applied on top of the cured coated material
  • The coating material is cured once again