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Jann

Drying wheel...

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This is how my dryingwheel for making a "perfect" topcoating looks like. To make the Araldite (Epoxy) harden a bit faster and getting it a bit tougher I use a drying cabinet (the ones used for drying clothes....). You?ve probably seen this construction a dozen times.

Regards, Jann

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I see that you hold your lures horizontally. I believe that most of the drying wheels that I have seen here (in one way or another) hold the lures vertically (turning end over end).

That is an interesting concept, and I suppose it works well. It seems to save space that way too by not having the lures protruding outward.

AlamOso

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It works fine, but I have experienced problems when applying a really thick layer of coating. I will probably change it a bit with a kind of frame instead that rotates the lures in the other axis just to check if it works better.

Jann

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