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Old 08-30-2018, 11:42 AM   #1
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Exclamation I am looking for label for powder paint process

I paint metal parts with powder in the oven.
I need to mark my products with labels.
After painting I can not read what is written on the labels.
Does anyone have any idea how to cover the labels so that I can remove the cover after painting and see the labels.
The amount of parts I paint a day = 500 pieces.
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Old 08-30-2018, 02:15 PM   #2
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ask your powder coat supplier. They should know.
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I’m no genius, but couldn’t you tape over the label and remove after paint
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I’m no genius, but couldn’t you tape over the label and remove after paint
Think the issue is the heat process involved.
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What keeps the labels from being applied after the painting? Adhesion issues?
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The process begins long before painting. It is necessary to identify the part of the previous processes as well.
About - tape over the label and remove after paint - I paint a day = 500 pieces - It takes a lot of time.
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They do make a gel like product that is used for covering glass before painting. It dries, you paint, and then the product can be peeled off after the painting is done. Or, you might be able to get custom made stickers the same size as your labels so you can just peel and stick. Regardless, anything you do will take some amount of time so...

With that said, this thread is now being closed because this is a site for professional structural painters. I would suggest you check in with an automotive painting forum or one for metal workers.
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