T-Shirt wrote:St Louis is big enough to have plenty anodizing or powercoat shops.
Use google or (Gasp!) the yellow pages to look for Metal finshing or painting.
Almost all will take small jobs, but you may have to wait until they are running a batch of the same color.
Mostly they can't waste the time showing you all the options, so do your research, know exactly what you want, and place your order.
BTW often the minimum charge, is more than the cost of what you want done on a small job, so if you (or friends) have other items you want the same color combine them to get the lowest price per piece.
HONkUS wrote:Here is the tutorial I followed it produced some nice results
Oooooooh...that puts me in a mind to stop down the street where I live and talk to the folks at a small welding shop. They do annodizing and I'm pretty sure it'll be realtively cheap. I had thought about gettting some of my motorcycle parts done too.Skippman wrote:Does anyone know a shop that takes small orders? I have a piece of aluminum I need to have annodized to match the rest of my case. I don't think spray paint would hold up very well given its going in a 5 1/4 bay and spray paint won't give the same glossy apperance as the rest of the cases interior.
Skippman wrote:St. Louis is known for it's Italian food. There's a whole section of the city known as The Hill that's pretty much devoted to it. Places like Rigazi's, Amagetti's, Mangia Italiano, etc. Good stuff.
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