Metallization of smooth surfaces or freeform objects. In zinc, aluminum, brass, or copper. Or in combination.
What is metallization?
Metallization, also known as metalizing, is a process in which metal wires are heated and applied to a surface in fine grain particles. The thickness of the metal layer can be gradually built up to achieve the desired result. Subsequently, the metal surface is sanded and possibly polished.
Metallization can be applied to smooth surfaces, uneven or textured surfaces, as well as freeform objects. It can be done on various materials such as wood, stone, glass, and many others.
Different metals can be processed during metallization, including zinc, aluminum, brass, and copper. It is also possible to combine multiple metals.
By skilled craftsmanship, genuine metal surfaces are created, always as unique pieces.