Anodising
plymouthred
Posted 2018-09-27 7:25 AM (#570816)
Subject: Anodising


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I have some gold pieces I want re aniodised. Does anyone know a good plater that does anodising. Im looking for someone who does excellent work as I dont mind paying a little more for quality work.
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mstrug
Posted 2018-09-27 12:34 PM (#570823 - in reply to #570816)
Subject: Re: Anodising



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Color Anodize – We offer a wide array of color anodize where we can even color match the current anodize of a part you may want restored to original and new condition

https://kingoftrim.com/

https://kingoftrim.com/services/
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plymouthred
Posted 2018-09-29 2:30 AM (#570889 - in reply to #570823)
Subject: Re: Anodising


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These are the items I need restoring and anodising. Can you PM me with a quote



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mstrug
Posted 2018-09-29 5:19 AM (#570890 - in reply to #570816)
Subject: Re: Anodising



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You will have to click the links and contact them. Marc.
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plymouthred
Posted 2018-09-29 7:02 PM (#570919 - in reply to #570890)
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Sorry Marc

I thought this was your business. Will contact them.
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hemidenis
Posted 2018-09-29 7:43 PM (#570922 - in reply to #570816)
Subject: Re: Anodising



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I'm not sure if they will repair the chips and pits.. Most of the companies just re-color them.
Please ask them and let us know.
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Powerflite
Posted 2018-09-29 10:52 PM (#570928 - in reply to #570816)
Subject: Re: Anodising



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I really don't recommend that you anodize them. Anodizing will fade in the sun a lot. Even without a lot of sun, it will fade over time. If you want a really nice finish, then plate them with 150uin of nickel, followed by 50uin of gold. Gold plating will last much better. Another alternative is to paint them with a gold tinted clear, which is probably what the factory originally did.
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