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powder coating

Discussion in 'North America - Southeast USA' started by gargoyle725, Feb 8, 2009.

  1. gargoyle725

    gargoyle725 New Member

    hello every one its been awhile since I have posted, I just wanted to let every one know I have started powder coating as a hobby. I am in Clearwater,FL and am offering to do small parts for members for basically free. just email me at Gargoyle725@yahoo.com and I will get back to you. the colors I have are red, yellow, black,white. I can get almost any color you want if you by the powder its not expensive.
  2. tbplus10

    tbplus10 Epic Member Staff Member 5+ Years 5000 Posts Platinum Contributor

    How hard and expensive was it to get started?
    I've watched the powdercoating process a few times and thought about trying to learn how but figured the equipment would be expensive.
  3. gargoyle725

    gargoyle725 New Member

    not bad the most expensive part is the oven, as with all things the big set up the more money. you could get started for a couple hundred and spend several grand if you want. I have about $100 invested but I allready had a compressor and blast cabinate , of course now I want a biger compressor, blaster and oven.
  4. gargoyle725

    gargoyle725 New Member

    here are some pics of a test I was doing.

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  5. MWright936

    MWright936 Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    Thanks man! I'm sure you will be getting lots of requests!

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