This system lets you paint doors on both sides at the same time, by either installing 2 center blocks that create a swivel system for heavy doors, just like in the video, or by attaching 4 independent blocks where the painters can turn the door by hand, both methods are illustrated in the videos above (horses not included).
The manual turning system, is for lighter doors that can be turned by hand. This sytem uses four 5″ holding screws per door.
The swivel system, creates an easy way of painting both sides for doors that are too heavy to turn. This system uses four 5″ holding screws and two 5″ swivel screws in the middle per door.
The handle-screws come in 2 sections:
The wood-penetrating screws are inserted only 2 inches and leave a small hole.
Attached to the wood-penetrating screw, is a 5″ long stainless steel bolt-screw, that makes transporting the door very easy.
This only needs to be done 5 to 10% of the time if a very heavy coat is required on both sides.
How to spray both sides with a heavy coat of paint
Apply the primer and first coat on both sides just like in the videos. Then, apply a heavy coat on the back side of the doors, store them on the Dry Block System for a day of two. Then, apply a heavy coat on the second side.
The fastest way on how to install the screws its shown in the video below: