Masking Aluminum parts for Chromic Acid Anodizing(2001)
We are always have many problems with masking aluminum parts for Chromic Acid Anodizing (Type I Class I). If anyone can suggest the masking solution for the a.m. process ?
Thanks in advance.Ian Lisakov
There are many ways of doing masking on aluminium.
One way I can suggest is by using a special ink which is printed on the area to be masked and then a special powder is applied and it is baked till the powder and ink melt and resolidifies. It can then be used to either etch or do multicolouring. The masked area covered is removed by a special solvent.
Up to six colour jobs are possible.
Hope this solves your problem. If not search the web for dyes for anodized aluminium.H.KHATAU
- Bombay, INDIA
There is a masking which is a liquid that dries off in 24 hrs which is very good hope this will solve your ProblemThomas VK
- Mumbai, India
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