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It creates a corrosion-resistant finish. Parts can be anodized in different colors—clear, black, red, and gold are most common—and is usually associated with aluminum.(Note: 1.There will be a certain color difference between the actual color after anodizing and the above color board. 2.Rack marks are inherent to the anodizing process. When engineering a part that will be anodized, you'd better identify where the part will be racked. Typically, the racking location is chosen to minimize the visibility of the mark after the part is assembled.)

Technical properties
Sharp edges and burrs Removed
Premium appearance availability Yes
Tolerances Met after surface finish
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Example of an Anodized part
Design considerations for Anodized
The Justway Anodized process

The process requires careful control of the anodizing parameters to achieve a uniform and attractive finish. The resulting finish is durable, long-lasting, and has a high aesthetic appeal, making it ideal for applications in the automotive, aerospace, and consumer electronics industries. Let’s break down the basic steps for Anodized a part:

  • The surface is cleaned and prepared to ensure that it is free of dirt, oil, and other contaminants that could affect the anodizing process
  • The material is immersed in an electrolyte solution and an electrical current is applied
  • The anodized surface is allowed to dry and cure
  • The surface is inspected to ensure that it meets the desired specifications for color and texture