zurv

Re: Whatcha Think? (Beware of errors)

Hello everyone,

I would like everyone to know first of all that this forum is not yet 100% compete. We are constantly changing and updating things/code to fix errors and bring new features. So please, if you receive an error please let us know, and hang with us.

In addition I would like to ask everyone to post some feedback on this site. Since we are in the early stages we can always ad new features and change things that you donít like.

Critique us! Tell us what you want! I canít promise you will get it, but you never know. Now, you may not be able to come up with anything right now, off the top of your head. So... Let me help you out and give you some possibilities.

1) Image Gallery for all Users
2) A way to upload videos into your profile
3) Easier Navigation
4) More Female members
5) Better Categories & Sub Categories

Remember, this site is for you! Let us know what your thinking. Feel free to either use the "Contact Us" at the bottom right of all pages or reply to this thread.

Griffe Youngleson

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CaptainTripz

Re: Whatcha Think? (Beware of errors)

I like this site and it seems it has a lot of potential.  I am more interested to see troubleshooting approaches and solutions used with defects in electroplating.  I have seen some very basic electoplating posts and generic bath engineering posts, but I am hoping to see some of the members posts issues they have with more detailed electroplating engineering.  Also I hope to be able to compare notes on some process chemistry that others use and which proprietaries they have had the most success with.

zurv

Re: Whatcha Think? (Beware of errors)

CaptainTripz wrote:

I like this site and it seems it has a lot of potential.  I am more interested to see troubleshooting approaches and solutions used with defects in electroplating.  I have seen some very basic electoplating posts and generic bath engineering posts, but I am hoping to see some of the members posts issues they have with more detailed electroplating engineering.  Also I hope to be able to compare notes on some process chemistry that others use and which proprietaries they have had the most success with.

I agree with you 100%! So far we have had a rush of registrations but not many posts, but we believe this will change soon once people start warming up to the idea and finding a few minutes of spare time to post.
As I mentioned in another post, I believe we have something that will benefit the industry a great deal. We have created the means but the rest is in the hands of the users.
I am sure we will start to see some more electroplating experts soon, we are constantly telling people in all fields of metal finishing about this site and slowly, but surely they are coming.

Perhaps you could provide a little bait for them? Post something they might be interested in, ask a question or even start a debate :)

I thank you for joining our family and hope to see more of you here in the near future.

Thanx for your post!

Griffe Youngleson

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