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AAC Holding Anodizing Essentials Workshop In Italy

Anodizing Essentials Workshop (Level 1) on May 17 in conjunction with the 8th Aluminum Two Thousand International Congress in Milano, Italy

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The Aluminum Anodizers Council will be conducting the Anodizing Essentials Workshop (Level 1) on May 17 in conjunction with the 8th Aluminium Two Thousand International Congress in Milano, Italy which is scheduled for May 14-18.

 

This one-day program for anodizers teaches the fundamentals and the foundation of quality anodizing.  This basic course explains how to anodize aluminum properly and was developed by anodizing professionals for anodizing professionals. 

 

With an emphasis on quality, the program takes the learner through the entire process – beginning with the metallurgical properties of aluminum alloys commonly anodized right through to the final rinse and sealing processes.  This course is ideal for those who may be new to working the anodizing line, as well as those who oversee the process or who may simply want a refresher – a reminder of best practices.

 

For workshop program details and information on the Congress click here.

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