Painting

Introduction to Painting

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Painting involves spraying a layer of paint onto the surface of the part. Colors can be matched to a Pantone color number of the customer’s choosing, while finishes range from matte to gloss to metallic.

 

Painting the surface of a part improves its aesthetic appearance and can provide brand recognition to consumers. In addition, painting can have a protective effect on parts. For example, surface painting is an effective method to protect metal from oxidation and corrosion.

Painting Specifications

Features Info
Material Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Steel
Color Black, any RAL code or Pantone number
Applications Household appliances, vehicle parts, aluminum extrusions
Textures Gloss, semi-gloss, flat, metallic, textured

Surfaces Finishes Gallery

Design Considerations

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