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I've never really been a fan of powdercoating, mainly since you have to give up control of the project. But since I got started on my new pre-unit project I've been giving it a hard look. (Robbie, I know we talked about this!)

Anyway, I figured if I could do it myself it might be worthwhile. A fun project if nothing else. SO here goes: First I got a double oven off of CL; figured I could make the thing one large cavity.

Job one is the teardown

After removing the porcelain-on-steel oven boxes, I cut the facing ends like a "T"

Spread the panels and reinstalled

With the original rock wool packing of course

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If you're just cooking for 10 minutes after the powder flows out, you're undercuring the powder and it won't be as durable as it should be. Get yourself an IR thermometer, and don't start your "time" until the part itself is at cure temp.
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