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Here's what you'll need:* 1.An object to powder coat. 2. Media Blasting cabinet 3. Powder coating gun and cabinet 4. Yellow, Black, and Clear powder coat. (clear coat ...
For best results sandblast all surfaces that will be painted, the blast cabinet at TechShop SoMa uses garnet as an abrasive. If you are using something made of ...
Wanting the majority of my piece to be black, I started with a layer of the yellow powder coat. Apply and bake as directed.
I have found I get the best results adding additional coats while the piece is still hot. Using a high temperature masking tape create the yellow hatch marks. ...
When the black powder coat has finished baking remove the masking tape. For an added shine you may want to use a clear powder coat.
There ya go. Now you too can add safety hatch marks to all those dangerous items you own. Cheers
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