I just got my MTB frame back from getting finished with Cerakote. It is like powder coat but thinner and durable. It is used mostly on guns, but is being used else where. Cost may be a little more.
Burnt BronzeYeah, digging that color too.
I got a family discount but companies in town are about $150-200 for frame. This was done out of town. You might call them, cause I have seen on websites and forums where off road (Jeep) and motorcycle guys are doing parts too. I believe that aluminum can also be done. Duracoat has some "home" kit that does not require the bake time. The same relative had done both to some guns and the duracoat looked great.Who did the coating? How much did it cost?
Looked up "Cerakote" applicators near me but the examples of their work are all small gun components, don't know if any of those guys can bake big parts like a bike frame. I see they sell "air dry" Cerakote too - is it any good?
Advantages over powder - thin and durableLooks great,I will have to do some research .I wonder what the advantages are over powder coating ? It must be pretty tough stuff if it is used on guns.