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10-21-2013 12:09 PM
Braddi nice booth, hope it goes well.
10-21-2013 11:24 AM
nathon001
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Originally Posted by Braddi View Post
No mask ? mmmmm the fumes
Ordered them yesterday. 3M full face.
10-21-2013 09:18 AM
Braddi No mask ? mmmmm the fumes
10-21-2013 09:00 AM
nathon001 "Looks like more than a hobby to me "

I hope it will be, one day. I need lots of practice and knowlege.
But for fun....... we painted a set of 4 wheeler plastics.......
They came out good, but not good enough to give a "customer".

We jumped the gun....... sorry.


10-21-2013 08:48 AM
Braddi Looks like more than a hobby to me
10-21-2013 08:45 AM
nathon001 it is almost done...... all the small details need work. Exhaust filters....... still kicking around ideas.

10-21-2013 08:33 AM
nathon001 I ran some strips of wood along a router,

then framed the light with the wood peaces.

The plexiglass will be caulked to the wood, and the wood will be caulked to the wall. The plexiglass still has a film over it to protect it from scratches. It really is as clear as glass.

No fumes will enter the fixtures.
10-03-2013 12:34 AM
nathon001 Thank you both.
I was away again and unable to work on the booth. I will be home and working on it this weekend.
And if this post twice, sorry. I am posting from my phone and it is doing something to cause a double post.
10-03-2013 12:25 AM
nathon001 Thank you both.
I was away again and unable to work on the booth. I will be home and working on it this weekend.
And if this post twice, sorry. I am posting from my phone and it is doing something to cause a double post.
10-02-2013 05:07 PM
Trophyman
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Hey Nathan, Im sure those other guys just don't want to see you get hurt, but for what its worth, it LOOKS GREAT to me!
Yep Me Too!!
10-02-2013 08:18 AM
marknkimberlys29 Hey Nathan, Im sure those other guys just don't want to see you get hurt, but for what its worth, it LOOKS GREAT to me!
09-19-2013 06:00 PM
nathon001 the is no zoning restrictions where I live. it is open zoning.
09-19-2013 05:55 PM
nathon001 the is no zoning restrictions where I live. it is open zoning.
09-19-2013 05:53 PM
nathon001 You guys will have to wait for the finished product.

All you want is a pretty sticker that says explosion proof or intrinsically safe.

I am still light years away from what most people do.
09-19-2013 01:57 PM
cal1320 The inspectors are inspecting it as a RESIDENTIAL out building. Did you pull a permit for an auto paint booth, or a residential garage? They aren't applying article 500 because it's not a commercial paint booth. You probably would not be approved for a commercial paint booth in a residential area either. Just because the inspectors give you the green light doesn't mean there aren't some real dangers there. They inspect to the permit type listed. Pull the inspector aside and ask ''If this was a commercial paint booth, would it pass?''. Stay safe.
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