There are many reasons to choose anodizing on aluminum, magnesium or titanium. Anodizing helps to resist corrosion, increase surface hardness, improve resistance to wear and dissipate heat. Anodizing is an ideal surface treatment for painting and priming, and it looks great too.We normally use Type II anodizing, which allows us to add tints or dyes to your parts for a variety of visual effects. Type III is also available for surfaces that need to be extra hard.
A great paint job is one of the best ways to make your product stand out from the crowd. Using only the finest PPG automotive polyurethanes, we can replicate virtually any color, tint or hue in our climate-controlled, automated spray room.Our master painters can supply millions of colors, in matte, flat, semi-gloss or glossy finishes. We even create custom painted textures. We also have the highest ISO and BS certifications for quality and environmental protection so you can be rest assured that you’ll receive only the most professional and responsible painting service.
This is a specialized treatment we do in-house for achieving optical clarity on polycarbonate (PC) plastic. This method can also be used for repairing minor surface defects, and is ideal for achieving an extremely clear surface on complex geometries or hard to reach areas.After carefully preparing the part with sanding up to #1500 grit, it is then placed in an atmospherically controlled environment. Weldon 4 gas is used to melt the surface of the plastic at the molecular level, which rapidly reforms with all microscopic scratches blended out.
Blasting involves the controlled spraying of an abrasive media against the surface of your part. A variety of media can be used, including sand, garnet, walnut shells, water or metal beads.Blasting is used to clean and deburr parts, preparing them both mechanically and chemically for later surface finishes. Blasting also imparts unique textures, frosting, pebbling, etc. Check out our blog to learn more about other popular methods for finishing a metal surface.