Online Basic Powder Coating Class

12/10/2020 10:00 to 12/14/2020 12:00 (US/Mountain)

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Basic Powder Coating Class Includes

  • Live instructional setting for all the basic information on powder coating. 

  • Review of all basic powder coating concepts, how to and problems.

  • Extended FAQs session after to answer all your questions. 

What's Included

  • Instructional guidelines and basic powder coating knowledge on preparing parts and different powders to use.

  • Powder Doctor access for questions, problems, or help in coating your parts at home or with us.

  • Powder Doctor shirt.

  • If your coating a home, we'll send you our test panels that we use to coat and properly test your powder coating skills. 

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Got Questions?

  • About the type of powder you should use?

  • What's the cure temperature really mean?

  • I have a problem, now what do I do?

  • My parts never turn out when I coat them, what am I doing wrong?

  • How do I prep my part?

  • What is the difference between epoxy and a polyurethane powder?

All these questions an more will be answered!

In Shop Instruction

From 12/10/2020 10:00
To 12/14/2020 12:00


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How the Day will Work

Classroom instruction begins at 8:30 am with breaks every 45 minutes until lunch at noon. Coffee and pastries provided for the morning session. 

Lunch will be on your own from 12-1 pm with many local places to pick from. In shop instruction begins at 1 pm on preparing test parts for you to coat and then coating your own.  

Finish coating your parts and final questions by 2:30 pm. 

This instructional class will give you all the information on basic powder coating whether residential or commercial. 

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