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Color anodized parts for medical device and sporting goods manufacturersMake Your Parts Look Great!

Alpha Metal Finishing provides rapid turnaround, color anodizing for parts that have a specific requirement or just need to have a particular decorative look. Parts can be dyed during the anodizing process to produce luxurious finishes with a deep color that can only be imitated by paint. Alpha works with a number of medical device, electronics, firearms and sporting goods manufacturers who require consistent, high quality results. All of our dyes are organic, with the exception of gold, and meet the highest standards for color fastness, heat fastness and light fastness. 

We currently offer the following standard color dyes: 


Black Anodize

Royal Blue

Royal Blue Anodize


Red Anodize


Gold Anodize

Blue A

Blue Anodize





 The following colors are available upon request. NOTE: Please contact us in advance to schedule these colors as they require extra time to set up, usually 24 hours. Contact Jamie Barrus for more details related to these colors. 


Purple, Sanodye Violet 3D



Citron Anodize

 Gunmetal Grey

Gunmetal Grey Anodize


Green Anodize


Orange Anodize


NOTE: The shades displayed on this website are intended to convey the general characteristics of the product and do not illustrate the actual appearance of the finished dyeing. There are many variables that affect the final finish on parts so we highly recommend that you request samples. Please also review content below on color matching.

Are Custom Colors Available?

A variety of other custom colors are available. If you need a particular color for your product please consult with our sales department for more details. NOTE: Please contact us in advance to schedule any of our custom colors. We cannot process custom colors on a rush.

Can You Color Match?

Anodizing with dye color is not the same as paint or powder coating. Color and shade can vary depending on the part: different alloys, finish texture and the process of anodizing will alter colors and shade. In color dye processing there are multiple variables:

  • Color anodized parts for medical device and sporting goods manufacturersAnodic coating thickness
  • Type of dye
  • Temperature of solutions
  • Concentration of solutions
  • Type of etch used
  • Time in each process
  • Size of the load on the rack
  • Current density variation

We monitor and measure these variables as tightly as possible. Because of the challenge in perfectly matching color and shade in the anodizing process, it is Alpha's policy to establish an acceptable color range for each part with our customers (light, medium, dark). In order for us to provide you with the best possible color match, we recommend that parts assembled on the same product be anodized at the same time.

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