[DML] Re: Sandblasting DeLorean frame - advice needed.
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[DML] Re: Sandblasting DeLorean frame - advice needed.

Hi John,

I had mine done a while ago. I found a local 'blaster' that used 
metal grit instead of sand. He said it wasn't overly easy to get off 
but he did it and it looked great. I then took the frame to a powder 
coaters that blew it out with a compressor then dipped it prior to 
powder coating in liquid (chromating i believe) to add further rust 
protection. I really stressed the importance of getting in 
everywhere with his powdercaoting gun. I was very pleased with the 
I cant imagine warping been an issue at all with this type of 
procedure as you are only removing the epoxy coating and lightly 
abrasing the metal surface. There is no great heat involved.

Hope this helps, Nick - Sydney 

Message: 4         
   Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005 16:03:43 -0000
   From: "Qume Fox" <qumefox@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Sandblasting DeLorean frame - advice needed.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Dore" <dmcjohn@xxxx> wrote:
> I spoke with my powdercoating friend about this possibility, but 
> thinks that as soon as the chassis comes out the other side of the 
> oven, the epoxy will quickly cool and harden onto the frame again, 
> and it would achieve nothing. Any thoughts on this?
> If any of the full service vendors who sandblast then powder coat 
> DeLorean frames as part of their restorations could lend me some 
> advice I'd really appreciate it.
> Hopefully someone can help!
> Thanks,
> John Dore, Ireland.
> Vin 3810.

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