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    Powder Coating...... Does this have an effect on any thing being able to ground? Kinda Dumb But Wondering.

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    Default Re: Powder Coating

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    Default Re: Powder Coating

    Hope not. I'm planning on having my entire internal frame and parts done with powder. My project just seems to be on a financial hold right now.

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    Default Re: Powder Coating

    OK.I am a ISO Certafide Powder Coater.I have done work for NASA.USAF,US ARMY & the FBI.Before you have the part's Coated You first need to plug all hole's & everything that has thread's.Cap the stud's that have thread's.Check to see if whoever you have do you're coating They have a wash that you're part's go into.If not you will have to make sure you're part's are very very clean.If they are a reputable company They will do all this for you.If you don't.You will have one hell of a time getting crew's back into the holes.

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    Default Re: Powder Coating

    I have all the holes I need for sure marked to be plugged. Can the holes be chased with the proper size tap after the fact if I should miss some or decide later that I needed other holes? The guy doing mine mentioned some sort of a solution bath after being media blasted. He's also got some sort of filler to cover all the vent holes on the lower half that are not going to be used. Said it was a special filler for handling the heat of the powder oven.

    But I digress, now I'm threadjacking.

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    Default Re: Powder Coating

    Yes. the bath takes all oil & junk off the metal.Gives a etching like to make the Powder stay on the metal.Yes you can tap holes wen done if need be.I have never heard of the filter he is talking about. Of corce I coated cab's big as a truck so the oven we used was 500 feet long .Took 1/2 hour to go threw it.
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