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Coatings & Treatments

Powder coat

Powder coat is applied as a free-flowing dry powder that is applied electrostatically and then cured under heat. This creates a finish that is generally tougher than most paints. We also provide masking services to selectively apply the coating.

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Cerakote is a polymer-ceramic compound that is wet-applied to the surface of the part and then cured under heat. This coating is .001in or less in thickness and will provide increased wear and chemical resistance over the base material.

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Chem film

Chem film is a chemical coating often used to enhance the look and corrosion resistance of aluminum parts. The coating is clear and will result in a bright finish that is less susceptible to fingerprinting. It can be used in place of clear anodize in certain applications. We apply chem film per MIL-DTL-5541, Type II, Class 3, clear.


Passivation is often performed on stainless parts to remove any impurities that are left on the surface of the part after machining. This process will increase the corrosion resistance of the part and help prevent fingerprinting. Our passivation process is done in accordance with ASTM A967.

Partner network finishes:

  • Nickel plating
  • Gold Plating
  • Anodizing
  • Black Chrome
  • Electropolishing

Engraving & Mechanical Finish

Fiber and CO2 Laser Engraving

We can laser engrave or laser anneal most parts. Laser engraving can be used to permanently remove or change the color of the surface of a part. We are also able to remove Cerakote, powder coat, or anodizing to add text, symbols, outlines, or logos to a part.

Magnetic Pin Finishing

Magnetic pin finishing is a process used to remove machining marks from the surface of a part to increase surface hardness. The parts are tumbled in a detergent bath of stainless pins that are magnetically stirred. The tumbling of the parts in the pins will peen the surface to increase hardness and provide a uniform satin or gloss finish, depending on the material and pins used. It is a good choice for small delicate parts requiring fine finishes.

Vibratory Finishing

Parts are tumbled in various media to improve surface finish and deburr edges. The media is selected based on the part size, geometry, material, and desired finish.

Media Blast

Media blasting can be used to remove machining marks, create a uniform appearance, or prepare the surface of a part for further finishing processes.

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