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Old Aug 22, 2012, 09:54 AM
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Originally Posted by KKUSA View Post
As far as temperature, it varies depending on the powder, mainly due to particle size, and what sort of finish you want. Usually we heat to about 200c , which is well below the annealing temp of the stator material, and allows for a nice even flow.
Originally Posted by zeroback
According to it's directions 400*F is what it takes to melt.
200 C =392 F

Annealing occurs above about 740 F though tempering begins to occur around 400 F.

So seems like shooting for as close to 200 C / 400 F as possible giving adequate working time is best.
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