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Has anyone ever had a Dillon Powder Measure body anodized and if so was it beneficial?  Thinking it would help with powder flow as well as prevent that dullness from developing over time.

 

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2 hours ago, 454bore said:

Thinking it would help with powder flow

I polished the inside of one of my Dillon measures, it made no difference in drops.

 

Anodization would make it look a bit nicer. However, I don't think they are made out of aluminum. Maybe someone can correct me there.

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You cant anodize plastic. What I did on mine was buff the inside with graphite which also prevent the powder from clumping or clinging to the side.

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48 minutes ago, SnipTheDog said:

Really?  That sounds like it's not possible.

I meant to say, “can’t” hence my additional info about using graphite instead.

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Anodizing would make the surface rougher, you can expect the surface finish to be 2-3 rougher after anodize than before. E.g. if you were able to polish to an 8Ra finish after anodize it would wind up being 16-24Ra.

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