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Anyone anodize aliminiminuminimunim at home?

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I tried to do some small parts years ago; it's a freakin' mess and the results weren't that good.

I currently powdercoat stuff instead at my shop in Denver. Not smells, no mess (relatively) and faster to do.

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21 minutes ago, Earache said:

I tried to do some small parts years ago; it's a freakin' mess and the results weren't that good.

I currently powdercoat stuff instead at my shop in Denver. Not smells, no mess (relatively) and faster to do.

Thanks! :littleguy:

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Wheels? I wouldn't even think about trying to annodize anything that large, at home. It's been a while since I've looked into it but from the little I recall, getting a decent result would be next to impossible for a newbie home user, and the set up wouldn't be cheap either. Just getting them clean enough for it to work to begin with would be a challenge. 

What I'm trying to say is, Earache gets things right every so often and this is one of those times. Have them powder coated if you must but annodizing wheels at home? Forgetaboutit. 

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