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vendor to plate large plastic parts

vendor to plate large plastic parts

vendor to plate large plastic parts

I need a vendor that can chrome plate ABS bumper covers. The parts are very long about 6.5 ft. I would like someone with a tank deep enough to run the parts with a verticle orintation. They should obviously have automotive expereince.


RE: vendor to plate large plastic parts

Hi, welcome to the WORLD wide web. Which country/region?


Greg Locock

RE: vendor to plate large plastic parts


RE: vendor to plate large plastic parts

Contact www.finishing.com they may be able to help.

RE: vendor to plate large plastic parts

Or try some of the vendors on the Products Finishing magazine website:


RE: vendor to plate large plastic parts

Guardian Automotive - http://www.guardian.com

They have a good plating plant in Evansville Indiana.

They chrome alot of abs grille for the automotive industry, including the big truck grilles (freightliner).


RE: vendor to plate large plastic parts

Do you have a contact name there? I have not had good luck trying to find someone there over the phone.

For more detail I need someone with tanks deep enough for parts 76" long. I would prefer they were racked verticlely. They have a V section that traps air if racked horizontaly.


RE: vendor to plate large plastic parts

You may have better luck going starting with their Tech center in Warren, Michigan. That is where the Sales reps & account managers are.

23751 Amber Street
Warren, MI  48089
1-810-757-8329 (fax)

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