Brad the stuff stinks like crazy as you are spraying the part but as soon as it warms up in the oven the smells go away.brad72 said:Are there many fumes given off?......could I get away with using my wife's oven in the kitchen again?
That was the gloss black. Stuff is a little pricey though. Ano much cheaper, but alot more work.savagemann said:Looking good ODT.
What color did you use?
I was looking at all the different gun kote options, and there was ALOT.
Is that the Electron Mount?
You can cut the driver down to a little less than 20mm easily. Just use diagonal wire cutters.brad72 said:I got aToblerone and 2 kids waking us up at 6am ....yey
Your light looks fantastic . Note to self, i need to take better photo's of my lights.
I remember the last time I baked parts in my wifes oven. If my memory serves me correctly I didn't get sex for a month as punishment Are there many fumes given off?......could I get away with using my wife's oven in the kitchen again?
As a side note, looking at your driver, have you cut most of it off?
Did the dishwasher thing as well. Hence the pre-planning with the toaster oven.troutie-mtb said:Lol Brad I got similar treatment when I used the dishwasher to make some motor parts nice and clean .
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Looks good OT how durable is it on a scratch scale of 1 to 10 where 10 is ano
Ceracote's "Thermal barrier" bothers me. I am not sure that's a good thnig for our purpose...odtexas said:
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Oh, yeah, you really taught and inspired me to use a table saw as a milling/lathe :thumbsup:odtexas said:
I've tried Rustoleum with etch primer first and it was huge waste of time (unless you want to spend hours achieving a nice beat up/ chipped look). Didn't bake it though, I'd be sleeping outside if I tried thatItess said:I am inclined to try Rustoleum.