Thank you kindly again Charlie.
It's the raining season over here, so got to await for a sunny day to spray them. Sigh
Btw there's a slight wrinkle on a few spots. Thought of using a hair dryer to see if I could shrink the mylar but am afraid to burn holes. Lol
hmm might be me but i had bad luck with Licron many times and some times in worked out great..... so i still dont exactly know what to think of the product. anyhow i would not hit it with a heat gun you might destroy the set resonance more then you fix witht eh few wrinkles. just my 2 cents, since they are tuned i guess as most planars.
I've used Licron Crystal in all of my builds. It has performed uniformly well in every instance, but I also live in dry Southern California. I get mine from Mouser, $44 for an 8oz can. Perhaps I spray a lighter coating that most users, and end up with a higher bulk resistance, but I have been seeing a yield of about 12 2ftx4ft panels per can.
Applying a single "just wet" coat; I've coated six 12"x48" panels from a single 8-oz can. I was worried about running out on the last two panels so I oriented the panels at 45 degrees, which allowed me to hold the can upright and use its entire contents. There was NONE left over; so six was really pushing it.
Also; the last two panels were sprayed from the same can three years later so apparently shelf life isn't an issue.
BTW, allow the coating to dry overnight before assembling the panel.