Quoted from Pinchroma:
Humidity only impacts the longevity of the powder, it has nothing to do with its adherence. It could be 90% humidity and it won't make a difference. Powder isn't "powder" at all. It's plastics, polyurethane, and various resins. The poor coverage is due to poor equipment and prep. You can't use a cheapy harbor freight gun on a large piece of metal like a leg or a lockdown bar. There isn't enough charge to make the powder adhere properly.
That's the "best pinball in texas"? You guys have low standards
Ok Guys, this thread was going very nicely, with great pics of peoples games and the pride they take in them. If you have nothing better to do than slag another persons work, pm them and tell em, otherwise sit back and see what creative color combo's are thought of and appreciate the work people do to keep 30 40 year old equipment looking fresh.
Look at the heading "Show off your powder coating" not lets pick apart the colors or the application method used, whether done on a budget or full blown no expense job, this was about the pride each one here takes in their games.
Now back to our regular programming.