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Published: 5/8/2014

Adhesion of Applied Organic Coatings
Our expert addresses an amalgamation of many different questions from folks who are baffled and frustrated by this adhesion problem on their anodized parts.

Published: 3/27/2014

Minimizing Frequency of OSHA Inspections
A safety program goes a long way to reduce accidents, worker complaints and violations, and to comply with OSHA regulations—all of which should lead to a reduced need for OSHA to inspect your facility.

Published: 3/20/2014

Take Employee Complaints Seriously
When complaints are ignored by the employer, the worker often complains to EPA or OSHA, or, worse, an accident occurs.

Published: 2/3/2014

Racking Without Visible Rack Marks
What is the process of racking a machined part to be anodized with no visible rack marks?

Published: 1/27/2014

Food-Grade Anodic Coatings
Anodizer looks for certification that an anodic coating is safe to use with food.

Published: 1/20/2014

Appearance of Clear Anodized Coatings on 6061 Alloy
How do you achieve clear anodizing that is bright and clear?

Published: 10/25/2013

Protection from Laser Marking on Aerospace Parts
We have a number of aluminum alloy aerospace products that are finished using either chemical film (MIL-C-5541) or anodizing in accordance with MIL-A-8625. Do we need to touch up the areas where laser markings have been placed in order to preserve t...

Published: 10/23/2013

Clear Anodize as a Paint Base
Our parts are generally Type III (hardcoat) anodized, sometimes duplex-sealed and sometimes unsealed. Our end-products are subject to sea water, and we try to adhere paint and polyurethane potting compounds to some of the parts. Would paint adhesion...

Published: 9/24/2013

SBA Mentor-Protégé Program
Will the federal mentor-protégé programs help improve a small business' chances for a federal contract?

Published: 7/26/2013

Pitting on 7000 Series Al Alloy
In the last year, we’ve had a string of anodized parts come back from the finisher that are “pitted.”