📝 Back to school with titanium and Multi‑Etch

It's back to school time!

Chris Boothe (center) and Deborah Allen-Adair explain to local students how to anodize titanium, pre-cleaned with Multi-Etch. At the 2019 International Titanium Association convention in Mobile, AL.

Chris Boothe (center) and Deborah Allen-Adair explain to local students how to anodize titanium, pre-cleaned with Multi-Etch. At the 2019 International Titanium Association convention in Mobile, AL.

The photo shows Chris Boothe explaining to middle school students the basics of titanium anodizing. Each participant could try their hand anodizing a strip of titanium, which they got to keep.

This was at the 2019 International Titanium Association convention in Mobile, AL.

Watch a video showing an overview of the Kids in Titanium program.

The ITA has been hosting Kids in Titanium annually for several years. This year's convention will be virtual; next year is planned for Orlando, FL. Learn more about the International Titanium Association conference.

Each convention has demonstrators showing different features of titanium. Along with anodizing, demonstrations have included information about how titanium is made into a usable form, characteristics that make titanium unique, industries using titanium, and unusual things made of titanium: a violin, a drum set, gongs, and more.

We wholeheartedly endorse ITA and their support of STEM educational programs!

Want to up your education on Multi-Etch? Be sure to take a look at our step-by-step videos.