2757 West Violet Ave. Tucson, AZ 85705
520-293-9116

PRECISION FINISHING, INC.

Precision Finishing, Inc. has been the premier Tucson Anodizing Facility since 1983! Our services include:

  • Type II and Type III Anodizing.

  • Dyeing

  • Bright dip

  • Chem-film

  • Passiviation

Please call or email us today with your anodizing and plating needs, and we’ll get right back to you!
jeff@anodizingintucson.com.
Phone: 520-293-9116
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Some Helpful Tips for Your Next Order with PFI…

1. Clean parts are important for a good anodizing job!

Your parts will be cleaned during the pretreatment process using soap and water followed by emersion in a mild acid bath. The following substances will not be affected by our cleaning process and should be removed before you bring them in:

• Paint

• Any type of adhesive

• Tape and any residue of tape

• Excessive oil & grease

2. Know your Alloy.

Different alloys of aluminum have different anodizing characteristics. Whenever possible separate your jobs by alloy or let us know that your job is composed of different alloys and we will process them accordingly. If you do not know the alloy please tell us.

3. Rack marks.

Anodizing requires parts to be placed on fixtures or racks, which will leave marks.Although we make every attempt to minimize these marks they cannot be avoided. Please identify any critical surfaces that must remain free of rack marks so that we can give them special racking consideration.

4. Other metals.

Metals other than aluminum will not survive the anodizing process. Any hardware, screws, inserts etc. must be removed prior to bringing your parts to us.

5. Deadlines.

Be advised that masking surfaces, plugging holes, and some special racking will add extra time to processing your order. Please plan accordingly.

6. Colors.

Dyeing anodized aluminum is not an exact science. At PFI we are continually monitoring and striving to improve the consistency of our dying process. However, slight variation of color from job to job is not unusual and should be expected.