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I have found a way to nickel plate pennies without electricity and very easy, I will be posting this how to very soon.
I am also working on a "Spray On Nickel" process that will apply real Nickel to plastics.
Nice, I hope all goes well, please don't forget to get the wetting agent and make sure it covers all of the pieces.
If you are getting the items directly from Angel Gilding, you will find that they carry the gold tint and chrome tint concentrates for the clear coat.
Brass is an alloy and while electroplating brass has been achieved with commercial kits, it's rather difficult with simple instructables, but check this page, it may help you, banjohangout.org/archive/173409
I will be posting something really exciting soon, a way to copper plate a U.S Quarter without electricity, very simple and nice school science project.
Yes, it would as long as its kept in contact with a steel plate that is at least as large as the PCB.
Please dont try to make your own silver nitrate, you can buy the basic chemicals, try to read the Tollens reagent chemicals
less than 24 hours.
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