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"Anodizing setup for student lab"



An ongoing discussion beginning back in 1996 ...

1996

I intend to set up a laboratory scale anodising tank for use in student laboratory classes (± 50 liters capacity).

Is anyone aware of an article that describes such a set-up as opposed to a production one?

Nigel L [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
Senior Research Engineer - Western Australia
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"Artists Anodizing Aluminum: The Sulfuric Acid Process"
by David LaPlantz
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1996

There is a book that has been published entitled "Artists Anodizing Aluminum: the Sulfuric Acid Process" [affil. link to book on Amazon].

This book is geared toward a setup of a small anodizing line and was designed for artists anodizing jewelry. This is a well done book and I think it will be exactly what you are seeking.

Author: David LaPlance
Press LaPlance

Joe Hillock
anodizing shop - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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