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  • hvac36
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    Let me know how you make out..

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  • pipefighter248
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    Will do. Thanks Jim.

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  • hvac36
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    Well I've shot this color many times and have had no problem, maybe try a little longer. I think I left mine at 400 for about 15 mins..

    Just sounds under cured.

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  • pipefighter248
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    Once the part hit 400 deg, I started timing for 10 Min. Then open the oven door all the way and let cool completely before removing.

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  • hvac36
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    Was that 10 mins @400 degrees once the part hit temp ? of was that placed in the oven for just 10 mins ?

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  • pipefighter248
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    It was baked for 10 minutes at 400 deg. Exactly like the instructions say on Caswell's lollipop Blue. The parts was bar ends, a kickstand, and a rear grab bar for my motorcycle. Thanks.

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  • hvac36
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    Sounds like it's under cured. How long was it baked ? at what Temp? and what kind of part ?

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  • pipefighter248
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    I have just started powder coating and am using Caswell's powder gun and powders. I am dealing with candy colors and the finish is smooth and looks good, however, whenever you rub your fingers across the finish it leaves little scratches like swirl marks on a car. Is this normal or am I doing something wrong.
    Thanks.
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