Jun 10, 2016 0 comment

“One of our customers is requiring a peel texture on an aluminum part that measures approx. 6″ x 11”. The part has cutouts, holes and inserts installed. The problem is that the peel texture is not consistent across the surface of the part. Sometimes the texture is flooded towards the middle of the part and sometimes it is flooded toward the edges. We have had several different powder coat applicators attempt to consistently apply both TCI and Tiger Drylak powders unsuccessfully. In your opinion, should it be possible to obtain a very consistent texture on a part as I have described? I would appreciate a quick response! “


“Surface texture consistency is a direct result of consistent film thickness. I see no reason that a consistent texture can’t be applied to the part you describe. Be sure to control your film thickness to ensure a consistent texture.”

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