Not anywhere accessible to the majority of us DIY'ers.
The milling can be done to a similar quality through FPE.
However, the key difference is that the anodizing/finishing was done to a higher standard than the pre-anodized sheets FPE cuts out from, and was done after the milling.
I think the cheapest anodizing service I've seen had a minimum order of $110.
That being said, I'm very appreciative of the services FPE provides, and I'm also very satisfied with the quality they provide as well.
You can take your plates to a local engraver/trophy shop. Most can engrave about anything you want. Some even have laser engraving now, so you could get almost anything you wanted. Those look laser engraved to me.
Something I'm looking into to get an anodized look within the means of a DIYer is to use Alodine. I haven't tried it yet but it brushes on and bonds to the metal with either a goldish or clear finish. So someone could have their engraving done and do the Alodine themselves.