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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

How is film build normally achieved during the thermal spray process?

By reducing gun travel speed
By applying a second layer of coating with passes parallel to those of the first
By applying a second layer of coating with passes at right angles to the first
By dwelling at length on each spot of the substrate during spraying

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