Remember those towers that Emily was working on for our friends over at Purdue? This week our "twin towers" got to visit our hard coat salon to get a big ol' yellow makeover.
Buckle up, class of 1959.
First the towers are transported to our hard-coat station where one of our fabricators, Mr. David T. Grady aka Walter White, will give them the business. In this particular case, that means a quarter inch of this protective coating carefully layered with a spray gun. Once our towers are covered evenly, drip free, they'll be ready for decorative paint and a life outside in this crazy Indiana weather, safe from harm.
Looks like I startled him. And it's no wonder, because hard coat paint comes out of that spray gun at a whopping 300 degrees! GET IT WALTER!
What a bright yellow! If some of you are familiar with color, you're probably wondering how our artists will be able to get a realistic paint job on top of that saturated pigment. Never fear, a little sanding and some primer, you'll never know it was there.
Fantastic work from fantastic people. Stay tuned to see the final product!