Im digging those colors! You might look into building a rack that you can hang your freshly painted jigs on, then when you're ready to cure in the toaster, secure the jigs & flip the rack over so any excess powder won't leave a "parrot nose" on the jig head.
I've seen these racks many times but I don't use them. I also don't have the parrot nose problem on any paints (but one clear coat and one white I used). I ultimately found alternative paints (different brands) that weren't so thin and never looked back?
I can paint 120-140 at one time, baked and all in less than 1 hour:
I wonder if a lighter paint is mandating the rack? Might tinker around with a few different brands of paint as I imagine clamping 90+ jigs could be cumbersome and extremely time consuming?
Pepop - how long does it take you to paint and cure with that contraption (splendid ingenuity, by the way)?