Thursday, October 2, 2008

Powder Coating

My god, I almost feel like I've abandoned you guys in the powder coating blog. I just wanted to pop in and drop a note that I've just been extremely busy at our shop. My rookie (who is also my right hand man) has left and went to school up at wyotech, so I am without the one person I could depend on to take care of some of the load of grunt work. I haven't even had a chance to get around to doing any powder coating lately (since it's not my main business) and have been swamped with 12 volt installs and car audio accessories lately.

I know I have a lot of readers on here in the short time this site has been active, and I'm very glad you guys have made this powder coating blog work. Some time next week I'm going back to the ole garage to do some more powder coating on wheels, so will finally have a full, step by step guide to powder coating wheels.

In the mean time, if anybody stops by the powder coating blog and is remotely good with graphics, it would be a huge help if someone could design an image banner for the site. You'll get due credit for your work, I have just come to the conclusion that while I'm incredible at custom powder coating, I can't make an image look good on a computer to save my life, so I'm at your mercy :).

I'll have some new updates soon though, including a very cheap easy to setup powder coating system for larger items, as well as some tips for preparations on them and all too.

24 comments:

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thanks james

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Dean said...

just joined this and it has helped me alot lol

just brought powder coating machine so i need all the help i can get lol

whats this about a new header becuase i am pretty good in photoshop :p

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Powder coating is a type of paint that is applied in powder form, and the free flow of dry, is a way to apply the paint to dry part of it. Painting the final healing is the same as drawing wet 2 - pack. In a normal wet painting such as house paints, and solids in suspension in the carrier liquid, which must evaporate before the solid paint coating.

Sam said...

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Anonymous said...

the drying technology use for powder coating and the drying technology use for wet paint coating which one is cheaper and less time consuming?

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Daniel said...

Great blog, Cant beat powder coating have done a few small projects so far but looking for some bigger ones.

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Gilby said...

Hi, Excellent blog.
I am having trouble coating alloy parts and hope you can help?
Every time I coat any alloy parts I blast then clean, clean, clean, and then pre heat but every time the parts always come out looking like they where covered in sand before they went in.I have coated both steel and alloy parts at the same time but when they come out of the oven the steel is silky smooth and the alloy is almost prickaly.
Hope you can help

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Jasmine said...

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wheel specialist said...

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Wayne Parker said...

I am so glad that you keep this blog going. I am looking forward to getting some more information, and seeing those powder coated wheels! Best wishes to you!

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