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Small powdercoating job???

Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by chevyfumes, Jun 4, 2005.

  1. chevyfumes

    chevyfumes Court jester

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    Can you buy the spray and coat stuff in your oven, I thought you could ...Where do you get the stuff at????
     
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    ive heard to use an old oven to bake the parts in, other words it will leave a funny taste in all the food afterword.
     
  4. chevyfumes

    chevyfumes Court jester

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    Yeah thats what I'm getting from my link in the lounge, can anybody do this locally for a few bucks??? the peice I need done is about 3" long and 1" around... :crazy:
     
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    Depending on the color,i can do a small pc at work.
    I am in Gresham,work in Troutdale.
    We are limited in our colors as we do mainly production work,not a job shop.
    Sorry man,just figured out where you are.
    If you were local i could probably help ya out.
    Dennis
     
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    mudhog THEGAME Staff Member Super Moderator

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    he is local he is in vancover :D
     
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    contact grundy. he has a buddy that has all the stuff to do it. the best way is to pre-heat all your parts to optimum coating temp (425* IIRC). then pull then out of hte oven and shoot them. Then bake them again till the parts themselves reach optimum temp. It's not that hard to do. We might start doing some parts ourselves soon. if you want a loacl guy that's cheap. call Mr. PowderKote. He did a small part for me for a 1/2 case once. :cool1:
     
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    The part I need coated is porcelain, can you even coat that???
     
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    I don't think so. It has to hold an electrical charge, and since porcelain is an isolator...don't think it'll work too well. It'll need to be painted and kiln fired.
     
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    Doh.... :crazy:
     
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    dude I don't think you should powdercoat your tallywhacker :yikes:

    j/k :grin:
     
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    Nope.................... :frown1:

    If it were metal I could do it for you in either white, black, red or almond. And I work in the Couve..................... :grin:
     

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