Before time runs out on us, let us quickly run through at least some of the industries being serviced by today’s titanium and titanium and gold plating processes. As far back as 1938, titanium gold plating processes have been in operation. While your typical microwave ovens were not yet seen in domestic kitchens, titanium and gold plating was already being carried out on a grand scale in the developing electronics arena.
The timing was fortuitous because one of the previous century’s greatest warlords already had grand designs of his own as he thought wisely and long ahead of his time about the looming Second World War. Speaking of which, titanium and gold plating processes are heavily relied upon in today’s modern military industrial complexes. Back then, Churchill was having late night thoughts about how to counter the German bombers.
Today, the US military is at the forefront in the development of laser technologies of star wars proportions. These technologies, it goes without saying, cannot be completed without industrial titanium gold plating. Gas sensing systems have been developed to be utilized in today’s infrared light technologies. And what about the technologies that most of us use every day and pretty much take for granted?
Think about your software technologies and you have your semi-conductors. Development of conductors and memory disks for commercial and industrial purposes will include gold and titanium processing technologies. Most Americans love their cars. If you are on the other side of the world, perhaps the appreciation for automotive technologies is similar. Cars must drive well, but they must also look good. And for this, a very good paint job is required. And for the masterful paint job, gold and titanium will be used.