Get started with powder coating
Most people looking to get started with powder coating are bombarded by the numerous systems and configurations of equipment they will need. Surely this might be painful to some, if not all, a general knowledge of the differences between the way the system gets the job done and it's useable features can make this decision far easier.
The key to this is the powder coating gun. Without this, you have no way to adhere the powder paint at all. In this area, we have various systems, starting from entry level beginner systems, to slightly more advanced systems for increased productivity. We'll start with the low cost and entry level systems most beginners would get started with.
A low pressure working range starts us off, and uses a top mount cup system. This unit has no variable voltage control, but the starter system does include some extra cups, and more can be bought to at least speed up color changes. The unit's charging system for the powder coat paint is activated by foot.