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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by nc87k5, Nov 30, 2005.
Sears has a new powder coating system. wonder how it would do? here's the link.
There was one in the sale add I got the other day. If You buy it for Me I will tell You how it works
how 'bout you buy iot for me then I'll know for myself and wouldn't have to ask you. prick.
Care to translate dip****
iot is it, when I typed the "i" my finger also hit the "o". geesh, can't you look at your keyboard and figure that out??? oh yea, you need to have everything explained to you.
Oh I just figured You typed like You talk queerbait.
If you go to my webshots homepage, click on truck progress, you can see alot of the stuff that me and my dad powdercoated at home. It was a cheap kit and we bought a kiln for 25 bucks off ebay.
Eastwood has a pretty nice entry level kit, just get a gas line and a swa meet gas stoke in the garage and your good.
my buddy runs a powdercoating shop, so im hooked up.
I like the idea of the craftsman system, has an integrated fan for dispersing powder so you don't have air lines in your way. I've got the Chicago Electric (Harbor freight) system and it's served me very well. More expensive setups waste less powder, which isn't really a big deal unless you're moving an awful lot of parts. Right now oven size is a big restriction for me, and I'm hopefully going to build a larger oven over my christmas break from school. Would also be nice to get an IR thermometer.
Powdercoating vapor is poisonous and supposedly explosive, which is why you're supposed to use an electric oven...also, no gas lines to run in your shop either!
well i guess im wrong, but HPC and Airborne coatings(here in OKC) uses gas furnaces and so does my buddy...
i dont know a whole lot about the stuff.
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