Nitrocellulose paint is a 1K spraycan product which dry's very fast and is as hard as nails.
The same kind of paint is often used on wooden floors and they have a hard life
Also because of the solvent they use to make it thin enough to spray it disolves that plastic a
little which makes it bound even more.
Best is though to use a primer first and they spray it with color. Depending of what kind
of color it needs a seperat laquer to make it glossy. Metallic or pearl look paints always need
a clear lacquer to shine, most uni-colors don't (like a plain red, green or yellow)
They already shine...
Always spray thin layers, they dry better and don't drip.
Most of the time the instructions on the can will help with
I had a Falcon which was Suzuki motorbike blue but I threw it away after it fell and broke.
It really looked the part !!! This one was sprayed with 2K expensive motorpaint ( used to do
that for a living). After that I worked for a company that makes spraycan (Motip) and nowaday
I work for ICI Dulux/Akzo Nobel ( paint is my thing
+(-_-)+ . .. ... .. .. .
I was also planning to make an PC/Atari project and then try to make the complete PC into an
old Atari ST case. I found myself an VIA chipset ITX board which fitted quite nice into the case.
But after installing it with windows XP and then running Hatari on it I saw that it was to much for this board.
It's powered by a 500 Mhz via chip (silent cooling) and it was to slow to simulate an Atari Falcon
It thought it would be fun to have an ST look-a-like, pc core, and then run atari on it so it could be ANY atari.
So Falcon, TT, ST(E) in one case with al the benifits of USB and other extras
I bought the ITX set complete for 30 euro, low cost project but I won't continue it this way...