I've been trying out different fluid bed dipping methods for coating a small spinner blade. I am having trouble getting an even coat, a thin coat, or keeping the coat from chipping at the eye hole of the blade since the wire holding the blade also gets coated. I've also noticed that the coat at the bottom of the blade is much thicker because it spends more time in the powder. If the blade gets too hot, the coating is super thick and will affect the spin performance. If it's not hot enough, you won't get even coverage.
Does anyone have any tips or tricks for getting an even, thin coat on small spinner blades using the fluid bed method?