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Old 05-28-2010, 11:26 PM   #1
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powder coat setup for my wheels

i have everything, well almost everything i need to do all of my powder coating. i have a sandblaster to blast the wheels, i have a powder coat gun with powder! i have oven that works! heres the problem..... ive been told when you cure it, it smells really bad and smokes alot!! witch isnt what im looking for!
is there a way to have a oven cable extension? i dont want to do this in the house if its toxic. with it is and isnt. nothing thatll kill you but put you in discomfort.

please tell me if, and where i could get a cable.
if not im just going to splice in and rig it up hahaha.
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Do you cook with this oven? I don't think I would use my oven for powder coating unless I had one just for that purpose.
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well the company that sell the coating system says any oven that will hit 400 degrees F it will work. they even suggest a home oven. they just say to do it in a well ventilated area. witch is what i want to do. to bad theres no oven outlets in my garage or outside of my house.
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