Cast three .5" diameter sterling silver basketballs that my client
wants me to gold electroplate.
I know how to electroplate, having been doing so for over a quarter
century, but I have no clue how I can hold the darn things and not
get a spot.
I was thinking of constructing a three-point (literally) rack to
rest the balls on (one at a time) and turning the pieces frequently
during the plating process.
I know how an industrial plating shop would accomplish this, having
worked in one, but I don’t have the need to be so tooled up.
Any clues cheerfully pondered.