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Old 03-18-2008, 10:49 PM
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Originally Posted by gsrokmix
Hey guys,

My brother just picked up an oven today to start powder coating with. My questions are how messy is it to spray the actual powder in a garage let's say, and when baking the parts inside the garage or basement will the fumes be too nasty or harmful. He is hoping to keep the oven in the basement around where the dryer is (for the 220v receptacle)

How are you guys set up at home to do this?


i don't think i would recommend in the basement. i have an electric ketchen oven in my garage to do powdercoating with. i mounted the oven just below one of the sliders in the big picture window on my back wall and a box fan in front of the slider. when baking i just open the slider and turn on the fan and all the fumes just go out the window.

you will have powder that won't stick to the part (s) , "overspray" if you will, it's nothing a few sheets of newspaper spread down won't handle. just wad em up and throw em away when your done...
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