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    Quote Originally Posted by panaceabeachbum
    I have baked 5 guns and about as many shop tools in the past week and havent noticed any hot spots, I tried to spread my element out evenly accross the bottom.

    It does a great job of preheating, I did a piece with guncoat the other day and heated to 300, then baked for an hour at 375 . All the powder I use bakes between 350 and 400 , I have run the oven upto 600 so far
    DANG! hovercraft? lol.. You are a true mad man. Yup, those parts look really nice too.

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    WECSOG ingenuity at its finest.
    Very cool pan.
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    BTT for more pics. Rich is going to shoot some of the electronics.
    Freedom is not free. Some will perish to preserve it for the many. Just as our Forefathers did before us, we must take up the battle and not waver. Victory is our only option.

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    Here's what I've got so far;


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