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Old Aug 21, 2012, 09:59 PM
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Originally Posted by vtdiy View Post
You'd want to mask areas that don't get coated. I used wax for the epoxy coating but that was a cold coating. Easy to remove, easy to see when putting on, and doesn't mix with the coating.

KKUSA what do you mask the bearing tube/stator ends with for a hot process, like powder coat?
Kapton tape!!!! Just peel it away before it cools completely. It can take quite a bit of heat.

If you are sprinkling the powder on, do it fast so as not to let the stator cool too much.



Jackerbes, I guess it would be possible, once you have flowed the powder to use a heat gun or the plastic welder to reflow imperfections etc. I would do it before the stator cools from initial coating though, as once its cool it takes more heat to reflow, and may actually burn.
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