Hello: Due to print specifications, we are required to grit blast our substrates prior to powder coating. The powder is a mixture of teflon and SiC. After curing, some rolls have a defect that we call grit or protrusions. Analysis of defects shows grit or SiC. Has anyone seen this type of defect?
Thank you, Steved
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