What is the best way to coat small screws, in quantity?
Electric switch/outlet cover plate screws at about 25-50 per batch.
Obviously, I want to keep the threads clean and the bevel on the underside isn’t too much of worry. The screw slot might be problematic though. Most will be low-build flat powders but some will be metallic with a clear coat.
I thought about using alum foil over a ‘plate’ of some kind and just punching the screws through it into pre-drilled holes. That would provide a ground without coating the ‘plate’, I hope.
Any suggestions for a material that would not attract powder yet be suitable for a curing process? Trying to avid stripping the part-holder between runs.