Everything you need to start anodizing reactive metals (except the metal itself) is included in this incredible kit. The solid-state micro anodizer is powerful and easy to use, with precision controls that deliver the results you're looking for. Voltage is variable from 0–120 volts, enabling you to create the entire rainbow of colors that niobium is capable of achieving. Whether you are anodizing in production batches or working with one-of-a-kind designs, this machine delivers the power, control and reliability you need.
As a special bonus, you also receive a free copy of "Studio Preparation and Coloring of Titanium" by Bill Seeley, owner and founder of Reactive Metals Studio in Arizona and a pioneer in the use of reactive metals such as titanium and niobium.
• Anodizing reactive metals is a high-voltage, low-amp process using non-toxic electrolytes and should not be confused with anodizing aluminum; the processes are completely different.
A solid-state micro anodizer, 110-120 volts; 50/60Hz.
Two sets of color-coded leads.
One stainless steel cathode.
One sheet of Spark Guard Mesh—prevents the cathode and workpiece in the bath from accidentally coming into contact with one another and causing an electrical short.
Mini grabber with niobium tip.
TSP-PF electrolyte granules.
Anodizing basket for small parts.
Set of Mighty Mask sheets, 1 plain and 2 patterned.
Terrific Transfer tape, 12" x 6" sheet.
One brayer/hand roller.
One bone folder.
One Soft Touch art knife.