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Anodizing Conference and Exposition is Oct. 1-3 in Houston

Theme of this year’s event is “Anodizing for Design and Function: Targeting the Right Application.”

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The Aluminum Anodizers Council (AAC) annual Anodizing Conference and Exposition is Oct. 1-3 in Houston. This year’s theme is “Anodizing for Design and Function: Targeting the Right Application.”

In addition to the program speakers, there will be three tracks focusing on architecture, design and function, and a technical track.

The event kicks off Oct. 1 with a tour of the Space Center Houston at the NASA Johnson Space Center, followed by a welcome reception that evening. Four speakers will highlight the presentations on the morning of Oct. 2, followed by the three focus tracks that afternoon. The conference wraps up Oct 3 with four speaker presentations.

The event will be at the Royal Sonesta Galleria. Visit anodizing.org.

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