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consists mainly of an overview consisting of a list of names of coating techniques, without much running text. There is considerable duplication, while each of the three also has its gaps. It would be easier to maintain just one article giving a general overview, which would also make it easier to turn this into a full article. --Lambiam 15:06, 18 September 2009 (UTC)
The merge is complete. I placed an underconstruction tag at the top of the page - this lets people know the page is currently being edited. I guess some people who are familiar with these processes will have some organizing (and writing?) to do. Have fun - and happy editing. ----- Steve Quinn (formerly Ti-30X) (talk) 03:45, 22 March 2010 (UTC)
The material after the introduction in the orginal "Coating" article is under the section title: "From orginal 'coating' article" ----Steve Quinn (formerly Ti-30X) (talk) 03:52, 22 March 2010 (UTC)
I'm surprised that this is so low on the two wikiprojects priority list- paints, printing, reflective, UV, anti-stick, self-adhesive, post-it notes, melamine kitchen surfaces- coatings are everywhere! I hope its OK to dive in and have a bash at the whole lot. the structure is a bit confusing on this article which may reflect the merge of several articles some time back. One issue to get out of the way: on the basis that all printing processes can be used as coating processes, but not all coating processes can be used as coating processes, I'd like to treat printing as a subset of coating (which from prior experience, may upset a few printers). Gravuritas (talk) 22:23, 25 September 2013 (UTC)