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Need a non-contact painting method

Need a non-contact painting method

Need a non-contact painting method

Designing a mechanism to apply a thin layer of paint to round pieces of steel. Must be NON contact. Right now the best option seems like an airbrush or spray gun with a sheath to prevent over spray. Parts are not masked to keep cycle times down. There must be a better method out there. Suggestions ?

Thank you

RE: Need a non-contact painting method

Electrostatic spray


RE: Need a non-contact painting method

He already rejected that answer, and gave more details about the actual problem, in:
HomeForumsIndustrial / Manufacturing EngineersActivitiesAutomation & Robotic engineering Forum

ISO Non contact paint applicator
thread277-400962: ISO Non contact paint applicator

NNN, please ask each question only once, so as not to waste the valuable time that is volunteered. Thank you.

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

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