No gain readings yet. But as Bill said that opens a big can of worms. I lean the way smokey has taught me lately that gain is irrelevant! :hide:Mech..Is that shot of the roof paint very close to the actual colour?
If it is, then that's a very dark aluminium paint!
If I could find a similar roof paint in a local brand, that looks that colour, then it might work..
Edit...Anyone care to estimate what the gain is of the Black Widow screen..
When I sprayed my Black Widow mixes the first time, I used some TWH (melamine coated hardboard); the second round I used regular hardboard that had been primed with Kilz 2. The Kilz 2 primed HB gives slightly brighter colors in my limited testing, but this could also be due to a change of spraying technique for that panel as well. The paint sticks to Kilz 2 MUCH better than to the TWH, and I would suspect the same would hold true for the laminate.Great jobs guys and thank you. I assume an Designer White substrate will work for this or are you using something else that is better recommended? Thanks.
Aaah...Now we're talking..Prof I will say seriously that there is some viewing cone so that means there is gain, but how much, we can't say right now until it's tested.
Have you met my wife? She wants to meet you.... well not so much meet.... :foottap::bigsmile: teehee another 20 hours homework for Mech:whistling::whistling::crying:
Yep. We're not happy about that, but what can we do? We had originally thought that we could buy a bunch of this stuff and sell it at cost to members. But that opens us up to tax issues and a whole slew of other issues. However if someone were to buy a gallon, I'm sure they could find some folks willing to buy the excess from them at cost. You could always label it as BBQ sauce when you ship it!wow, I checked all the places listed on Henry's site and no one around me here even know's about this manufacturer. If anyone plans on buying these in bulk and willing to ship, let me know. Thanks.
Seems the minimum is 1 gallon