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well sounds simple
gorund the piece your are working on the brush is postive
paint with some kind of conducting liquid
id say go for it
 

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Well just a warning if you have to put it in the oven, don't plan on eating any of the food that comes out of the oven after that. The home powdercoating kits are cool but if you read the fine print is says not to use an over used for food prep. I used to take my parts to work we had this giagantic maching for plating parts or cat tractors. It made a big mess but man it was nice.
 

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electroplating and powercoating are 2 totally differnet things
you know how some thing are plated in gold or silver thats what he it talking about
 

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Well, I researched it a little bit, checked on some hobbiest websites, and the kits at JCWhitney work pretty good, but you can only use it on small objects.

If I want to do my brake calipers & valve cover, I found a kit for about 3 times as much that'll do the same thing.
I think I'll go with that one. :)


I found this website that sells powdercoating, electroplating, and chroming kits.

http://www.caswellplating.com/index.html

Has some pretty good info on it as well.
 
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