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Important Metal Finishing Terms
The following terms describe helpful metal finishing processes to know when shopping for equipment and supplies:

Electroplating: Electroplating is a process used by manufacturers to coat a metal part with another metal. Electroplating machines use an electric field to deposit ions of the coating metal on the surface of a part.

Anodizing: Anodizing is a process used to finish aluminum parts. It gives aluminum a hard, wear resistant coating. Also, dyes can be used during anodizing to create custom colored products. Most anodizing is completed by manufacturers, but simple equipment is available for hobbyists to anodize parts at home.

Chrome Plating: Chrome plating is a type of electroplating often used on automotive parts. A part is finished with a thin layer of chrome to make it harder, corrosion resistant and shiny in appearance. Also, chrome is easy to clean and polish back to a new appearance.

Powder Coating: Powder coating is a metal painting process that uses a powder rather than liquid finish. The coating is applied using equipment like electrostatic guns then heated to form a durable skin. This process is used on metal parts for bicycles, vehicles, and many home appliances.

Teflon: Teflon finishes are resistant to extremes in temperature, water and sticking. These properties make Teflon products useful in many applications including cooking. Manufacturers apply Teflon coatings in both powder and liquid form depending on the product and machinery available.

Galvanizing: Galvanizing is a process used to apply a zinc coating to steel or iron parts to protect against rust. Galvanized metals are used for many purposes including fencing, car parts, and piping. The most common method of galvanizing is to dip parts in zinc that has been heated to a liquid state.

 
 
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Finishing Systems Inc
70 Willow Springs Cir, York, PA 17406
(717) 764-1106
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529 N Haven St, Baltimore, MD 21205
(410) 327-7000
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138 W Barney St, Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 727-6770


Metal finishers need equipment and supplies to work with gold, copper, nickel, zinc, and chrome. There are several manufacturer supply companies that sell new and used metal finishing supplies and machines that offer the provision that professionals need to create custom metal finishing. Some of these machines and tools coat the surface of products with a plating so that they can function as electromagnets. Others are just used to coat objects that are used around the house. When you contact the equipment and supply companies that you find in the online directory about buying new and used tools, you will want to ask them some questions so that you can be sure that you are choosing the one that is right for your needs and sells their products at a reasonable price. It helps to make a list of the companies so that you can keep your information in order. When you call the first company on your list, you should ask them how long they have been in the metal finishers equipment and supplies industry. This will help you determine how much experience they have that can help them tell you what solutions, tools, machines, coatings, and other products will help you achieve the results that you want. Ask them if they have coating systems that offer precision so that you do not waste your metals. Make sure the products they sell are made by a reliable manufacturer too. Ask them for price quotes on new and used machines for the purpose of comparing them to other companies.
 
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