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Just a friendly reminder, industrial ovens work best at 150-170 deg. F to dry socks, shoes and gloves. My shoe inserts curled at 220 deg. F (which is where it needs to be set for certain lab tests). :rolleyes:

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Meat Foot said:
Just a friendly reminder, industrial ovens work best at 150-170 deg. F to dry socks, shoes and gloves. My shoe inserts curled at 220 deg. F (which is where it needs to be set for certain lab tests). :rolleyes:

Carry on!
I was just sitting here wondering all that.
 

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Meat Foot said:
Just a friendly reminder, industrial ovens work best at 150-170 deg. F to dry socks, shoes and gloves. My shoe inserts curled at 220 deg. F (which is where it needs to be set for certain lab tests). :rolleyes:

Carry on!
So... Er... Do you do powdercoating as a side-gig? Howzabout curing epoxy in bonded frames? Maybe you could make a bit of $$ with that oven after the boss goes home...

;)

- F "Mad Scientist" BB
 

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Meat Foot said:
Just a friendly reminder, industrial ovens work best at 150-170 deg. F to dry socks, shoes and gloves. My shoe inserts curled at 220 deg. F (which is where it needs to be set for certain lab tests). :rolleyes:

Carry on!
well, that brought my morning to a screeching hault.

at least your inserts will form fit better to your feet...
 

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fbagatelleblack said:
So... Er... Do you do powdercoating as a side-gig? Howzabout curing epoxy in bonded frames? Maybe you could make a bit of $$ with that oven after the boss goes home...

;)

- F "Mad Scientist" BB
I am afraid if I can't even manage simple things, like shoe inserts, you probably would not want me to powder coat anything. :)
 
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