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    This might help, check out this link http://powdercoatoven.4t.com/

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    i am not sure how to build them "BUT" i have welded on aluminum that has been coated/ the 400+ temp seems to impregnate the metal and trying to boil it out and stuff the rod under is a real b---h/ beware if you take in a powder coated part it will take some time $/
    to skidsteer steve!
    yes you can use a kitchen oven to pre heat parts but please take my word for this( if you are married and want to stay that way don't do it in the new Jenn-air or clean stuff in the dishwasher while your better half is gone she WILL BE! )Back to the point, i worked for a motor builder years ago and he bought an old PIZZA oven to pre heat aluminum heads that we were welding and it worked like a champ.It was cheep and the good side was we had great pizza every friday at MILLER time
    pat from texas
    p.s. the pizza's did have a slight PENNZOIL taste but the MILLER cut through

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