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Slated for September 16-18, 2014, and brought to you by The Powder Coating Institute, the 2014 Powder Coating Show is the only tradeshow solely dedicated to the powder coating industry in North America! Proudly recognized as the leading resource for technical and applied technology forums as well as new product innovations and developments, this is your single best opportunity to meet and interact with the leading professionals from the powder coating industry.

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Posted in: Industry News
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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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Julie Hanes has joined The Powder Coating Institute (PCI®) as events manager. She is an action and results-oriented meeting/event planner with strong organization background and 14-plus years’ experience.

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The Powder Coating Institute (PCI®) announced the 2014 Executive Committee and Board of Directors at the beginning of January.

The Executive Committee for 2014 is Bob Allsop, Nordson, President; John Cole, Parker Ionics, Vice President; and John Sudges, Midwest Finishing Systems, Secretary/Treasurer.

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Dear Joe,

I’m a manufacturer of powder coatings in Vietnam. We have a problem in product as follows:

The reclaimed powder is being sprayed on...

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While it is true that the ability to reclaim overspray powder is a prominent selling point of the powder coating process, this does not mean that it makes sense for you under every circumstance. Everyone who either has an existing powder coating process or is looking to purchase one must eventually come to grips with this issue. Surprisingly, most people look at this dilemma the wrong way because they get mesmerized by the technology rather than analyzing this issue using normal cost accounting techniques.

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I spend part of my life correcting other people’s mistakes. All the jumping to conclusions provides plenty o’ exercise for many a powder coating enthusiast. Here are some of the maladies attributed to our fair technology

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Posted in: Raw Materials
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The Powder Coating Institute began certifying custom coaters in 2009. The PCI 3000 certification process uses a comprehensive audit to differentiate the capability to produce quality work from one job shop to the next.

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Posted in: Custom Coating
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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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When oxide scale created by laser cutting is painted over, the part being finished is susceptible to adhesion failures. To avoid paint chips on the finished part edge, remove the laser scale prior to finishing. Acid pickling is one method that coaters can use to prepare their laser-cut parts prior to finishing them.

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