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Stripping MIC-6 Alloy



2002

What's the best way to strip MIC-6 alloy with a minimum dimension change on Anodize Type II (.001") thick or Type III (.002") thick with a dye & seal.

Tony Gomez
- Milpitas, California


2002

A very hot (at least 175f) Chromic Acid/Phosphoric Acid/DI water combination is the best way to go. There are commercially available products, or you may make your own. I prefer the latter of the 2. Sodium Hydroxide will really attack the Mic6, and will leave it very rough, and probably throw your parts out of tolerance.

Marc Green
Marc Green
anodizer - Boise, Idaho

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