WARNING: If the thought of listening to some random dude you've never met going on for hours and hours about sheet metal, oven elements and PIDs makes you queezy, then I suggest you brace yourself. Now on the other hand, if you DO enjoy hearing about steel studs, rock wool insulation and thermocouples, then go mix yourself a gin and tonic, or simply pour yourself a glass of water and venture in to my world of building your own powder coating oven.
Why did I do this to myself?
In the process of rebuilding my 1999 Suzuki DR350 I had a revelation. When it was time to fix all of the rusted metal on my DR350, including the frame, I would try my luck at a process called powder coating. This article is how I went about it.
First off, let me warn you now that this is by no means a tutorial, how-to, or any other kind of guide meant to be duplicated or copied. This is the first time that I have done this and honestly I'm simply not the type of guy you want to follow during a zombie apocalypse. Buuuuttt...if you are keen enough, you should be able to get it all figured out, and you might actually be able to do it without passing away. But seriously, don't get pissed at me when you realize that I didn't mention dimensions, or any other "important details". I just create this junk as I go.