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Discussion in 'Color the World!' started by huskystafford, Oct 7, 2018.
Awesome! Thanks for adding that to my list of must tries.
@ $500 for 4 oz plus an inverter it'll probably be a while .....
Yes, price is high, but I bet it will drop very soon, when chinese figure this out
maybe my statement
Don't tempt me ( to try and figure it out) ... I've got too many other projects going
They're charging almost just much, or more by the time you put it all together.
I think this is it. I seen few more on that link
60-1600 for 1 kilo of paint.
Yeah, no it's a kit that weighs 1kilo not a kilo of paint. You can bet that ordering just one would be on the high end of that price scale.
They also show just the powder for 250-1100 kilo.
Thing is they are very specific about the application....which means you're not getting that layered system that lumilor has, which means it's likely limited to non conductive substrates unless you figure out the other layers.
Those other layers are the ticket to the system.... Anyhow man I'd love to do some graphics with that stuff.
I see bunch of possibilities with it.
Doesn't it kind of kill you to see that poorly done dragon with such expensive paint
I just posted that video so you guys have more to watch Didn't find many videos on youtube about that stuff. But I am perfectionist, that is the reason I don't post my work on this forum. Cause I suck
I am laughing so hard right now omg
Lol , well , like most reasonable people. You're not burning $125 an ounce paint to get practice
so true. I found one video yesterday how to practise clear coating for cheap. I would need to find that video...
It's not the water thing is it?
That crap is for basic intro to a gun.
Works better if you do it on cardboard though....tends to run off a little quicker than clear would but it helps a little.
here is the video. I was looking for it on youtube
Yeah, it is, .....uh go ahead and try that
While your at it , hook up you're moisture trap after your guage.....