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show off your powder coated machines here!

By Stones

5 years ago


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#43 5 years ago

Just curious if it is possible to spray paint the armor instead of powder coating. Has anyone tried?

#118 5 years ago
Quoted from Pinchroma:

That powder looks like it was done in a backyard with no surface prep. The orange peel is some of the worst I have ever seen. That's due to a multitude of factors:
Poor surface prep (no chem dip for example)
Not enough charge (Like someone using an eastwood gun or something from harbor freight)
Uneven heating or low temp melt. ( < 400 degrees evenly )
Too thick of an application coupled with poor heating.
I would take that to whoever did it and rip them a new one and have them re-do it. It should be smooth as glass.

You forgot to mention the misaligned flippers.

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