An electroforming unit is a specialized equipment used in the process of electroforming, which is the deposition of metal onto a substrate using an electrochemical process. The unit typically consists of a power supply, a tank or bath containing the electrolyte solution, and a cathode and anode setup. During the electroforming process, an electric current is passed through the electrolyte, causing metal ions to dissolve from the anode and deposit onto the cathode, which is the object to be electroformed. The electroforming unit provides precise control over the current, voltage, and temperature to achieve the desired deposition rate and thickness of the metal coating. It is commonly used in industries such as jewelry, microelectronics, and precision engineering for creating intricate metal parts, molds, or decorative items with high precision and detail. The electroforming unit enables the production of complex shapes and structures that are difficult to achieve through traditional manufacturing methods.