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White Anodic Process


(2001)

I am particularLy interested in the concept of an "off-white" anodic finish. I have heard about such a finish via a jeweller of my acquaintance. I suppose this is not a pigment-based finish, but an anodic-based finish. (perhaps some over-anodised yet stabilised finish?) Please inform.

Alex Reddaway
-Canberra A.C.T., Australia


(2001)

This process has been existing for a couple of decades. The electrolyte contains titanate.

Ling Hao
- Grand Rapids, Michigan



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