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I've read that elsewhere, too.
Also, something about if primer has sat on a surface for too long it should be removed and re-applied before top-coating. I don't know what "too long" is, but imagine it has to do with the cure time of the primer.
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Then I let everything harden a solid week before I cut and then clearcoat. Then let that harden at least a week before reassembly.
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Usually, the manufacturer's technical datasheet would state both the minimum and maximum recoat times at a specified temperature and humidity.
If the maximum time has been exceeded, they'd recommend sanding and re-application of the paint.
This maximum recoat time usually implies that the paint or primer has cured to some extents. Baking the primer would accelerate curing and reduce the maximum recoating time. Cured paints are pretty hard and impervious and do not allow much diffusion of the overcoat paint. This somehow reduce the level of bonding/adhesion of the subsequent coating on it.