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  • Dipping process

    Anybody know how durable the dipping process ( putting the parts in a tank with the film/image floating on the surface?) is for motorcycle/auto parts?

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    Its as durable as the clear you apply over the ink. I clear over these transfers all the time and without the right clear coat they wont stay in good condition very long.

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      Would you care to share some of that info? Like: what type/temp clear and for how long, ??$$ to get started and STAY going and where can get more info on doing this process?

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        Originally posted by BeeBob
        Would you care to share some of that info? Like: what type/temp clear and for how long, ??$$ to get started and STAY going and where can get more info on doing this process?
        I don't use a powder clear I use a two part clear coat sprayed from a HVLP gun. If you want to clear it with a powder I would use a low cure temp. clear. You can also contact powder by the pound and they can give you the information on extended cure schedules for curing standard clear at a lower temp.

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          You guys are killing me..............., I'm really diggin' powdercoating and then you show me this...........................as soon as I take a nap (my day started at 3 am), I'm gonna read up on this stuff............AWESOME...........btw, do you think it would work on a mic???????

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