The “dipping” of fluidized bed parts into epoxy powder suspended in an airtight, aerated hopper. In order to do this, compressed air is let out through a porous plate at the hopper’s base. As a result, the fluidized epoxy powder “floats” in the hopper. As the substrate is “dipped,” this “creates” a smooth, continuous epoxy powder coating over it. With this form of application, epoxy powder can be applied at greater thicknesses than with electrostatic spray. The coated parts are subsequently placed in a curing oven, much like with sprayed components.