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Old 11-29-2005, 07:40 PM
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Originally Posted by S10xGN
There's a good shop nearby. I'm just wondering how they do multiple colors/coats? I understand the initial color is applied after blasting to a uniform finish, but what's done after the initial coat and before a clearcoat? Or is this not possible?

Russ
you can do multiple colors of powder coat, but you have to do 1 color at a time and use glass tape to mask off coated areas since it has to go through the oven at 400 for 10 min. we don't do it for customers where I work because of the time involved. but I get to do all my rod parts for free. you can do small parts in an oven in your garage, sears sells a system for 160 bucks an powder is 2.00 a pound, 1 pound covers 30 sq.ft.
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