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Four city tour of powder coating courses.

The online forum, Metal Finishing Magazine, and TIGER Drylac USA have partnered to create the Powder Coating Academy 2007. The Academy will offer powder coating educational courses in four cities across the U.S. in 2007. The dates and locations are: April 3-4 in Dallas, TX; June 12-13 in Boston, MA; September 24-25 in Charleston, SC; and November 7-8 in Los Angeles, CA.

Each two-day course will cover topics including pretreatment, powder application, equipment selection, oven and cure issues, spray booth issues, and shop and equipment maintenance. They will be taught by powder coating professionals from TIGER Drylac USA.

For registration information, visit or contact Paul Fisher, Administrator,, at 828.429.2618 or
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Title Annotation:Meetings Update
Publication:JCT CoatingsTech
Date:Feb 1, 2007
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