use plating in a sentence.
I read a helpful change of perspective for gold-plating perfectionists: instead of writing "perfect" code, seek the "perfect" compromise.
I've found this is the biggest productivity gain of working in pairs (designing or programming) - it avoids a lot of rabbit hole-ing, Yak shaving, gold plating, etc
One way around this is to have a label for the current floor, but no button next to it, just metal plating.
Gold has utility: it easily forms a plating on other metals, and conducts electricity even when continuously exposed to air.
Search for chrome plating plastic and you'll see - I didn't find any processes at all that did not require electricity.
Yes -- would love to hear thoughts from anyone familiar with chrome plating.
No welding involved—beyond problems of forming poorly-performing alloys (already a concern and the reason for plating orders to get some PCB finishes), the heat of welding would certainly delaminate copper from the board substrate.
During WWII, the RAF had to decide where on their planes to put the armour plating.
My network cable that handles all my data doesn't have gold plating or shielding because the cable as designed is sufficient to operate at Ethernet speeds, temperatures, humidity, etc.
Some sci-fi has cylindrical ships or space stations spun for gravity, but in Star Trek they have "gravity plating", so the ships don't have to spin.
If Apple products were a conspicuous consumption item, they'd have diamonds embedded, and gold plating.
This reminds me of the time back when I used to post on Something Awful, when SA members put together a fund to buy armor plating for a member who was going to Iraq and his platoon.
Don't get me wrong, if it was just for my lunch, I'd use the microwave, but if I was plating something for family dinner, I'd use the oven.
There is potential to do cool stuff with the data you would collect like A/B testing different plating styles of the same dish.