Type II Anodizing & Multicolor Annodizing
Anodizing is an electrochemical process that converts the metal surface into a decorative, durable, corrosion-resistant, anodic oxide finish. Our colors include Black, Clear, Grey, Red, Blue, Teal, Orange, Pink, Gold, Purple and Green. (MIL-A-8625F)
Type III Hard Anodizing
Type III (hardcoat) anodizing is an anodizing process that forms an extremely hard, abrasion resistant, porous oxide on aluminum. It is generally referred to as an “engineering hardcoat”. (MIL-A-8625)
Using a secondary process after anodize to achieve colors ranging from champagne to dark bronze and black without using organic dyes to prevent fade in high UV environments.
Two Step Anodize
This process allows for logos, part numbers, and any other markings you want on your products while still keeping all the added benefits and finish of anodize.
Chemical conversion coatings are intended to provide corrosion prevention when left unpainted as well as to improve adhesion of paint finish systems on aluminum and aluminum alloys
Coatings typically used to provide a hard-ductile, wear-resistant and corrosion-resistant surface for operation in service temperatures up to 1000°F(MIL-C-26074E)
This finish covers requirements for electrodeposited zinc coatings applied to iron or steel articles to protect them from corrosion. Available in Gold, Black or Clear.(ASTM-B633)
PVD & DLC
Physical Vapor Deposition & Diamond Like Coatings are a thin plasma coating done in a vacuum chamber. Depending application color, hardness and friction coefficient may vary .
Dry Film Lubricants
These lubricants become bonded to the surface of the part and provide reduced friction and wear by preventing surface contact between mating parts. Common solid film lubricant specifications are (MIL-L-46010) and (AS 5272 CL)
Intended to improve the corrosion resistance of parts made from austentic, ferritic and martensitic corrosion-resistant steels such as Stainless Steel
Silk Screen & Pad Printing
Capable of Standard Screen printing for things such as name plates, logos, part numbers and more.
Pad printing witch is more ideal for small 3D parts such as knobs , buttons, automotive parts etc.