Getting it right the first time
Perfection doesn't just happen. It's most likely planned. If you want to achieve success with a powder coating from the get-go, you'll need to understand exactly what kind of powder you'll need and what your customer expects. The only dumb questions are the ones you don't ask. This article lists points to consider long before you start spraying powder on a part. Getting something done right the first time is possible. This article tells you how.
Matching a powder coating to the needs and expectations of your customer doesn't happen by chance. Technology plays an increasingly significant role in the task, providing instruments that objectively measure a color's appearance. Yet even the most sophisticated technology can't replace the value that good investigative work brings to the process. In the quest for information that will produce the best match right up front, custom coaters need to ask their customers the right questions. Initial conversations with customers that include the following discussion points will, in all likelihood, produce a product that pleases both the coater and the customer.