Thread: Kitchen doors
Ok guys just a quick question...
Since the new machine is almost done, ive been asked if im able to renew the parents and in laws kitchen cupboard doors.
My question is, how do these companies get the laminate over the top to finish them off?
I'm guessing the manufacture of the doors are from MDF, But like is said how would you finish them off in say a gloss or a matt finish?
So there's your next build.!. . .Lol
Haha yeah I was just about to say that! Bugger making another machine just to do a dozen doors haha
Got a mate who is a Joiner and specializes in that sort of stuff, he makes them and has them sprayed.
I restored my guitar a couple of years ago and sprayed it black with a sunburst of silver flake and a candy black edge. After a coat of lacquer it polished up well. It looks a lot better than the sorry state it came back to me in (after a long term lend).
The shapes you see in the front are reflections of the staircase it hangs in.
now were talking Jazz! im very suprised at that i thought you could only powdercoat with conductive materials
Warn you thou bloody stuff goes every where so cover up.! . . . . . . I love it thou because it's far better than paint and any over spray just settles as powder dust which blows or vacs off.
Clean up is simple just blow out the gun with air no messing around with thinners and gunwash etc.
Finish is nice as you see in pics and some good colours but you need to experiment as they don't always turnout like they show. The chrome for instance is awesome when first applied but needs a clear top coat and soon as you do this it goes a crappy silver grey colour.!