Curing/Ovens

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Formula 43 is a dedicated manufacturer of OEM and aftermarket automotive wheels. “Using years of experience in the automotive wheel industry to manufacturer the highest level of modular and mono-block wheels for the racing and sports car industry, Formula 43 is able to produce the latest wheel designs with exclusive updates that result in improved strength, stiffness and weight savings.

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When it comes to mastering the art of powder coating medium density fiberboard (MDF), persistence has paid off for RadEX, a Canadian custom powder coater. The company began investing in MDF in 1999, and 15 years later is still going strong as pros in its field.

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It’s nearly that time again, powder coating fans. The 2014 Powder Coating Summit is fast approaching. This year’s event will be held on June 17-18 in Columbus, Ohio. Our prevailing theme as always is “Bringing New 

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Dear Joe,
I have some brake calipers that I powder coated, and I would like to add lettering and then add a clear powder coat and put in the oven and bake it. I would like to know of any material (vinyl, decal or anything) that can withstand 400°F to be powder coated over.

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I’m working on a marketing research project and have a question regarding powder coatings used on MDF (medium density fiberboard). Do they always have to be UV-cured?

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Convection ovens use heated air to cause the powder to melt, flow, create a film, and finally to cure on your parts. The key to convection oven tec...

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Often used to cure powder coatings, combination ovens—ovens that employ both infrared and convection— usually connect infrared and convection heating zones together in series: that is, a zone of infrared followed by a zone of convection. This is logical given that when curing powder coatings, the objective is first to fuse the coating, then cure it.

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When Cambridge, MN-based Accent Ornamental Iron installed a powder coating system to finish its intricate iron designs, the fabricator was able to not only complete its own projects rather than subcontracting (jobbing) them out, but also start a new business as a custom coater for other shops.

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Rainier’s newly acquired screen and awning production facility was designed so the mill-finish inventory was stored, cut to order, cleaned, and powder coated upstairs. The final assembly and shipping functions 

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Proprietary low cure powders and IR technology has enabled Decoral licensees to powder coat and decorate MDF, which has created breakthroughs in the cabinet and display industries.

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