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  • #16
    there is even a warning on the playsand bag ..... !!!!!!!!!

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    • #17
      Originally posted by mtlgd
      He's serious about the play sand Noob2pc. Do a google on silicosis. The bi*** of it is, by the time you notice the symtoms <sp?>, its too late. Its a problem that propogates itself over time. Small cough now, can't breathe in 5 years... PS. If you can smell the sand, you're f****** up (just my 2 cents, think about it)
      Originally posted by customandsound
      there is even a warning on the playsand bag ..... !!!!!!!!!
      I bought some Aluminum Oxide tonight, hope you two are happy now I also will be buying some glass beads as well.

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      • #18
        just looking out for your health .... not only do i do this for a living i am a firefighter/emt so it go's with the job

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        • #19
          Noob2PC, I love your set-up. I too am strapped for space. It appears you have a full size oven. Where do you keep it ?

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          • #20
            no he fold's that up to .....

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            • #21
              hehehe, he's got it on pully's so he can raise it up and pull the car in underneath.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by mtlgd
                hehehe, he's got it on pully's so he can raise it up and pull the car in underneath.
                No, Living here in Florida I just use the Sink Hole!

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                • #23
                  Ummm . . . OK. Thanks for the help.

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                  • #24
                    noob what did you make your parts arm out of

                    what color did u do that part in
                    D.I.L.U.S.I.

                    Drive It Like You Stole It

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by upncoming
                      noob what did you make your parts arm out of

                      what color did u do that part in
                      I spent $15 buck for a Twin Bed frame! Same amount of Angle Iron would have cost me a ton at the supply house. Plus it already has wheels and pivots built in.

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                      • #26
                        Hey guys,
                        Here are a couple of pics of my set up. I have my spray booth on top of a cabinet that is on wheels so it is easy to move around. I made the spray booth out of wood and then drilled 4 holes(2 on each size). There is then 2 copper tubes/pipes going thru the booth that are connected to eachother on the sides. To the right is my oven that I use for powdercoating.



                        Here is a picture of some parts that are in the oven.

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                        • #27
                          Hey guys,
                          Here's my set up, first the dbl oven, the bottom for pre-heat and the top for curing. Second My modified blast cabinet, it was a siphon unit, I switched it to gravity fed and added a halogen light inside, Third is my spray booth, its not pretty but gets the job done...

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                          If it jams; Force it. And if it breaks it needed replacing anyway.

                          I can go from 0 to "What seems to be the problem Officer?" in 3 seconds."

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                          • #28
                            Quad frame jig

                            I put pics of the quad frame powder coating jig and roller rack oven under my photo gallery. You can take a look at them there. :P

                            Drew
                            Today's mighty oak was just some nut that held it's ground !

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                            • #29
                              sandblasting

                              hi

                              Im new at the powder coating thing, trying to get a business started. I got my whole workshop set up. Ill go take some pictures and post them later. Anyways, I have a pressure sandblaster (10gal) and it is not working, any ideas? The psi is up to spec everything is fine, maybe clogged up? Im using playsand, I know its bad for you. Im going to get rid of it and get some glass bead, maybe a new blaster. Recommendations for a portable blaster? Thanks. -Chris

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                              • #30
                                Re: Pictures of process and equipment

                                This subject is a great idea. I will post some pic's soon.
                                Good Luck
                                Bob
                                www.capecodpowdercoating.com

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