You might still be feeling edgy about this project. Sorry, but really guys, now is not the time to be losing your cool. Wish the guys here could help you out with that but no. For that there’s online counseling, give it a shot, you never know. Maybe this will keep you from smashing up things in your workshop out of frustration. The thing is, whether it’s going to be your business going forward, or it’s a DIY project, powder coating work is not something you can like get into overnight.
You first need to learn your stuff. And before you get down to any serious work, you first need to practice for a while. Oh, and of course, you’ve still got to set up shop, whether at your own industrial premises or the back of your garage, but wait, before you go pushing any purchase buttons for powder coating equipment for sale, have you even bothered to check if your garage is a right fit for this kind of work.
That’s actually quite important, otherwise it’s really no go in this area. It’s going to mount up to bad housekeeping and even worse risk management. Actually, no risk management at all. First fix up your garage or back of the property storeroom and then go forward. Only way the guys here can help you out for now is round this note off with a few things you’re probably going to need for this work going forward.
You’re going to need a powder booth, that’s for starters. And then you’re still going to need all the gadgets and gizmos, like filters, nozzles and hoses, that kind of stuff. But don’t worry, the guys you’ll be purchasing your stuff from have their inventory pretty well jacked up.