Friday, June 24, 2005

SECURING THE ALUMINUM METAL

Using an electropolished piece of aluminum metal, I prepared the metal in a device we would use for its anodization. With the use of two plastic frames, a rubber gasket, and screws, I was able to secure the aluminum metal in place. The rubber gasket was used to make sure that the liquid does not get between the two plastic frames and onto the meta during anodization. The screws have to be tightened to ensure the efficiency of the gasket. I found that this first time around, it was time consuming to align the two plastic frames and the gasket so that the screws would go down right through. However, I think with more repetition and experience, this problem will surely be resolved. Anyways, after I had secured the metal, it was time to attach the aluminum metal piece (anode) with the stainless steel plate (cathode). I again used screws to keep the surface of the aluminum metal in close range of the stainless steel plate. The use of spacers helped to ensure that the two would not touch, as such an occurence would ruin the process. Once I had attached the stainless steel plate to the secured aluminum membrane, the "device" was ready for anodization.


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