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hawkike, KevinD
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Fitting porcelain signs #762237 03/27/2021 4:29 PM
by KevinD
KevinD
Anyone have any pointers on fitting the "contains lead" porcelain signs to a curved surface?
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Re: Fitting porcelain signs #762238 Mar 27th a 04:56 PM
by advertologist
advertologist
you can't put a flat sign on a curved pump without damaging the porcelain .. ... cool

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Contains-L...n-Pump-Plate-Original-6-x-7/274684284570
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Re: Fitting porcelain signs #762245 Mar 27th a 08:09 PM
by AlbertaNorthStar
AlbertaNorthStar
I’ve had some luck curving reproduction porcelain signs. I heat them up to 180f and then place a 2x4 of either side and then slowly apply pressure to the middle.I usually re heat them about three times before you get enough of a curve. I’ve never tried with an original sign so I can’t say if that will hold up.
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Re: Fitting porcelain signs #762247 Mar 27th a 08:29 PM
by Done4
Done4
You can do it with tie down straps, have done it many times. If I get out into the shop tomorrow I’ll take a couple of pics. Don’t like the large reproduction ones they don’t fit that well.
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