Unless you are willing to construct enormous plating lines, the only way to speed up plating production is to plate faster. However, the "dog bone effect," or uneven plating distribution is commonly experienced. 

To correct issues such as the “dog bone effect”, processes using pulse plating and periodic reverse have shown great results in achieving even distribution of metal deposition at higher ASF and shorter plate times.

In these methods, the DC current is changed through rectification and shows even distribution with many high-efficiency processes. (bright NI, Sn, Acid Cu, and Zn). Even though these methods are extremely effective, the change in rectifiers can result in large capital investment.