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Published: 1/1/2019

Finishing Index Lower as Finisher Reduce Backlogs
November Finishing Index: 50.8

Published: 6/1/2018

Deoxidizing Aluminum as a Pretreatment
This important first step can help prepare the metal for subsequent surface finishing.

Published: 3/19/2018

New Selective Brush / Cell Anodizing Technology Using Sulfuric / Organic Mixed Electrolytes for Dimensional Restoration of Difficult Alloys
This paper presents new innovative problem-solving technology for Type I, II and III selective brush and repair cell anodizing.  Discussions include: (1) anodizing difficult alloys (2000/7000 series) without burning; (2) unique amino complex or...

Published: 2/1/2018

Anodizing Brake Calipers
The process places special demands on the coater, and on the process suppliers.

Published: 10/1/2017

Lean Manufacturing in Anodizing Operations
Here’s how one company applied lean manufacturing principles in its anodizing plant.

Published: 8/1/2017

Evaluation of Hexavalent Chromium Free Bond Primers for Aerospace and Defense Applications
Three hex chrome free bond primers demonstrated that they can surpass the 960 hour threshold before exhibiting panel corrosion away from the scribe.

Published: 7/1/2017

Turbine Repairs Call for Selective Brush Plating Solution
IPS uses in situ repairs to minimize downtime and maintain revenue flows.

Published: 5/15/2017

Sulfuric / Organic Electrolytes and Total Quality Improvement (TQI) for Present / Future Anodizing Requirements
After the last 12 years of developmental improvements and successful operation in production and selective brush anodizing, we present formulations for the new revised three-part organic acid blend. This ionic active blend detailed here can benefit...

Published: 5/1/2017

NASF Report: May 2017
Regulatory Alert: California Targeting Finishing Air Emissions Below Nanogram Levels

Published: 5/1/2017

NASF’s Sur/Fin in Hotbed of Automotive, Aerospace Region
With 18 assembly plants within 400 miles of Atlanta, NASF’s Sur/Fin located in epicenter to automotive and aerospace manufacturing.