Bead Blasting

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Posted: Dec 8, 2008 at 16:43 Quote
S1L3NTR4GE wrote:
as long as your paint/powdercoat isnt to thick its should work fine and the other dudes idea about sprayin stripper on it will cut down on the time with the bead blaster
ok thanks just what i wanted 2 hear cheers

Posted: Dec 8, 2008 at 17:02 Quote
S1L3NTR4GE wrote:
as long as your paint/powdercoat isnt to thick its should work fine and the other dudes idea about sprayin stripper on it will cut down on the time with the bead blaster

Dude, you are pathetic. Bead blasting is TOO powerful!

Posted: Dec 8, 2008 at 17:57 Quote
RockyMountainPride wrote:
S1L3NTR4GE wrote:
as long as your paint/powdercoat isnt to thick its should work fine and the other dudes idea about sprayin stripper on it will cut down on the time with the bead blaster

Dude, you are pathetic. Bead blasting is TOO powerful!
a bead blaster is a f*cking sand blaster using silicon beads instead of sand at least where i live idk what its called in the f*cktard forest you live in

Posted: Dec 8, 2008 at 18:01 Quote
Bead BlasterUnsecure image, only https images allowed: http://www.tooldiscounter.com/images/productimages/CYCPK36.JPG
sand blasterUnsecure image, only https images allowed: http://penforhire.files.wordpress.com/2007/05/2001-sandblaster.jpgUnsecure image, only https images allowed: http://www.germes-online.com/direct/dbimage/50328254/Portable_Sandblaster_10_Gallon.jpg

Posted: Dec 9, 2008 at 2:54 Quote
Maybe you should clarify instead of calling people "f*cktards" it makes you look like a little kid. Which you are.Bead blasting AND sandblasting is too powerfull, the only way to go is either media blasting or by using paint stripper. All of your posts are dumb and unhelpful (and contain horrible spelling Wink ) so a REALLY doubt you are 20.

Posted: Dec 9, 2008 at 3:03 Quote
RockyMountainPride wrote:
Maybe you should clarify instead of calling people "f*cktards" it makes you look like a little kid. Which you are.Bead blasting AND sandblasting is too powerfull, the only way to go is either media blasting or by using paint stripper. All of your posts are dumb and unhelpful (and contain horrible spelling Wink ) so a REALLY doubt you are 20.



let him ruin it its best he learns his lesson on a cheap frame now than destroy a good one later

Posted: Dec 9, 2008 at 9:25 Quote
RockyMountainPride wrote:
Maybe you should clarify instead of calling people "f*cktards" it makes you look like a little kid. Which you are.Bead blasting AND sandblasting is too powerfull, the only way to go is either media blasting or by using paint stripper. All of your posts are dumb and unhelpful (and contain horrible spelling Wink ) so a REALLY doubt you are 20.
what ever makes you feel better about yourself

Posted: Dec 9, 2008 at 13:03 Quote
wanabe wrote:
RockyMountainPride wrote:
Maybe you should clarify instead of calling people "f*cktards" it makes you look like a little kid. Which you are.Bead blasting AND sandblasting is too powerfull, the only way to go is either media blasting or by using paint stripper. All of your posts are dumb and unhelpful (and contain horrible spelling Wink ) so a REALLY doubt you are 20.



let him ruin it its best he learns his lesson on a cheap frame now than destroy a good one later

Good point. lol

Posted: Mar 12, 2009 at 18:02 Quote
bead blasting does not effect cromo or steel frames idk about alu but it prob would effect those...

Posted: Aug 17, 2019 at 12:43 Quote
Folk often use the wrong terminology in there questions
or it can be interpreted as somthing else.

You can do Abrasive blasting on Aluminium bike frames,
there are various mediums you can use depending on the material and finish,
also pressures can be set on some equipment for a more delicate control.

Ive had a number of frames acid dipped or bathed for paint removal,
then an abrasive blast to pit the the surface of the alloy, this to allow
greater adhesion for the powder coat application.

Ive had other components soap blasted using soft soap like particals
to give a smooth polished finish on aluminium.

The solution here to satisfy your curiosity would be to try it on a close
to material sample piece, if all looks positive then go fot it, two outcomes
from it, either OH Shit !! or wow cool it worked.

Posted: Aug 17, 2019 at 13:23 Quote
muddytreker wrote:
Folk often use the wrong terminology in there questions
or it can be interpreted as somthing else.

You can do Abrasive blasting on Aluminium bike frames,
there are various mediums you can use depending on the material and finish,
also pressures can be set on some equipment for a more delicate control.

Ive had a number of frames acid dipped or bathed for paint removal,
then an abrasive blast to pit the the surface of the alloy, this to allow
greater adhesion for the powder coat application.

Ive had other components soap blasted using soft soap like particals
to give a smooth polished finish on aluminium.

The solution here to satisfy your curiosity would be to try it on a close
to material sample piece, if all looks positive then go fot it, two outcomes
from it, either OH Shit !! or wow cool it worked.

You do realize this thread is a decade old

Posted: Aug 17, 2019 at 13:41 Quote
Yes but info is info no matter how old. You not find answers to questions asked
years ago ? what if someone tomorrow is looking for the answer to same question.

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