Yes, that's in the back of my mind as an option also.
EN plate, then Gold flash. Now that would be impressive!
EN plate, then satin chrome. Rockwell hardness of 70.
EN plate, then flash chrome. Really bright and shiny!
EN plate, then diamond chrome. Rockwell hardness of 98!!!
One would have to watch the threads on the electroless nickel plating--there doesn't appear to be much room for plating.
I get EN at 0.0005/0.0007" Do you think you've got clearance for that? I love Flitz by hand or jeweler's rouge on a soft buffing wheel. But that's the easy part. I find it's the sanding sequence that is most important.
Maybe, but there's more than one way to skin a cat. If 5 tenths would make it too snug, I can always polish off some of the EN on the threads, or use some diamond paste to give it that "custom" fit. The gold flash is very thin normally so that won't be the problem.
Dying to drop this off on Monday and see what they come up with.
Aye. I'm wondering how he polished it without doing anything to the Tritium, myself... and I need to reseat mine - the crazy glue was too thick inside. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img] Any suggestions on how to remove, so I could do polishing and then reattach it properly?
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