Anodization is a chemical process in which conductivity between the base metal and the solution is required. Silicon, on the other hand, is a non-conductive and inert element that must be added to aluminum to improve castability. As a result of the presence of silicon in the aluminum matrix, anodization causes electrical instability. Furthermore, because of the poorly controlled reaction generation, the manufacturing technique and shape of the parts affect the anodization procedure. As a result, we use software technology to maintain control of the anodization process and provide a controlled anodization mechanism.