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    I could have swore i read a post a while back and someone mentioned using a electronic temp sensor on the part it self. i thought it read something to the affect that it measured restance on the part from the heat change but i dont remember exactly. if some one knows how to make or where to buy this give me a shout out. jeff
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    How much powder

    I have finished my spray booth and want to start coating some parts for real. Have coated a few parts and they look great.

    But how thick is the coating on my parts and how thick should it be?

    Did I put enough powder on?

    So is there a cheep way of measuring the mil thickness?

    How manny square feet area will 1 pound of powder do at a normal application rate?
    Help
    Thanks Bob

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      Re: How much powder

      Originally posted by bajabobby View Post
      I have finished my spray booth and want to start coating some parts for real. Have coated a few parts and they look great.

      But how thick is the coating on my parts and how thick should it be?

      Did I put enough powder on?

      So is there a cheep way of measuring the mil thickness?

      How manny square feet area will 1 pound of powder do at a normal application rate?
      Help
      Thanks Bob
      There are recommended mil thicknesses for every powder, check with the manufacturer.
      There are cheap mil thickness gauges that are scraper gauges, but it's a destructive test.
      Coverage will depend on the specific gravity of the powder and how heavy it is applied. This info should also be available through the powder manufacturer.

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