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Old 04-19-2005, 10:18 AM
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I have the oven which you can buy cheaper at harbor freight. The oven is about 50 degrees off all the time so a second thermo needs to be added. I am having one built to do bike frames which will cost about 2 grand. The cheap guns work okay. There are a couple of pro guns you can get for around $1500.00 for small runs. There are classes you can take in Ala. that run 3 days to teach a novice how to powder coat.
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Old 04-19-2005, 10:20 AM
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Originally Posted by SLINGSHOT
have something as close to chrome as possible in powder...not to familiar with permastar... i think you will be happy
Permastar looks like real crome however only a few places from what I am told can get it. Wheels are done with it and all stuff Edelbrock has that look like chrome or polish if done with it.
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Old 04-19-2005, 10:23 AM
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Slingshoot since it sounds like you have a large shop they may sell it to you. Here one of the links I will look to see if I have the other still. I would love to get some of that stuff.
http://www.goodrichtechnology.com/
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I have a complete Bink's system (less oven) that we bought for a job that ended up going to wet spray. Spray to waste booth,powder gun, 3 stage washer, and sand/shot blast cabinet. Will sell right.
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Originally Posted by KCHOTBOAT
Slingshoot since it sounds like you have a large shop they may sell it to you. Here one of the links I will look to see if I have the other still. I would love to get some of that stuff.
http://www.goodrichtechnology.com/

Go for it Slingshot. The finish is better looking than chrome, we just need a quality operation doing it.
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Old 04-19-2005, 01:05 PM
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I have a complete Bink's system (less oven) that we bought for a job that ended up going to wet spray. Spray to waste booth,powder gun, 3 stage washer, and sand/shot blast cabinet. Will sell right.
Can you email me some pics and price.
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KCHOTBOAT;

For the Permastar, would a shop just have to buy material or would different equipment also be needed?
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KCHOTBOAT;

For the Permastar, would a shop just have to buy material or would different equipment also be needed?
From what I read it is just normal powder coating. The problem I ran into they will only sell it to places that do large runs.
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Anyone here interested in bringing Permastar to the Marine World?

All the links with goodrich are OEM sites. I used one of them with mixed results. We need a "quality first" operation.
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Originally Posted by jrz
I have a complete Bink's system (less oven) that we bought for a job that ended up going to wet spray. Spray to waste booth,powder gun, 3 stage washer, and sand/shot blast cabinet. Will sell right.


I am interested also
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