Spray Gun Topic

Re: Spray Gun Topic

Unread post #21 by balarila » Fri Mar 07, 2014 9:58 pm

timber715 wrote:Hehehe, nagbabakasakali lang naman :lolno:
I don't really remember the adapter no. for my asturo, but if what I have fits your gun, then its yours.....

ot: dumating na ba box mo? Daan ka kung sakasakali, pahiram ko sa yo yung accuspray.... :thumbup:


Sige. March 10 pa ang arrival sa 'Pinas. After that, it's up to customs. Pag dumating, I'll time it na pupunta akong Makati then drop by the court. Will borrow accuspray. Pero, for now, sold na ako sa Asturo pero R series lang. Good compromise on function and price for me: 5 cfm @ 30 PSI (4.6 @ 40) at $138.00 for a gun with 2 heads. Now, the questions is, what heads should I get? I think 1.7mm is an all around head. Should I get a 1.3 or 1.5 for my second head.
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Re: Spray Gun Topic

Unread post #22 by timber715 » Fri Mar 07, 2014 10:23 pm

Since you already have a lota (1.3 or 1.3 yata yun), get 1.5 tip....
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Re: Spray Gun Topic

Unread post #23 by balarila » Sat Mar 08, 2014 6:33 am

timber715 wrote:Since you already have a lota (1.3 or 1.3 yata yun), get 1.5 tip....


Thanks, Sonny. Went and ordered the Asturo R500. Low CFM but not top of the line like yours. Please keep that adapter for me.

Si Doc V naki-hitch rin and ordered the same as I did. Posting below what we got as someone may find it useful:

Asturo Aluminum R-Series Spray Gun ($148)
- aluminum cup
- 1.5mm tip set
- 1.7mm tip set

Asturo 2.0mm tip set ($38)

Asturo Diaphragmed ($18)

Asturo Bench Mount Spray Gun Holder/Stand ($9)
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Re: Spray Gun Topic

Unread post #24 by knowell » Wed Jul 30, 2014 12:22 pm

balarila wrote:@moji
Thanks, Moji. Little price diff from the full-size Asturo WB, though. Stil astronomical for me.

@timber715
Thanks, Sonny.
Dream on, bro. Those LNs are not going anywhere. Sweet planes for me. Just needs some more tuning but, as it is, shaves off some onion-skin-thin bacon.
What adapter number do you have, Sonny? The 3M website has only one adapter for all gravity Asturos. I am leaning towards the R series II of Asturo. The woodworking kit with 1.5 and 1.7 heads go for less than half of your WB. If you have the adapter #6 (16007), can I have it?


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Baka naman pwede kayo mag suggest ng spray gun para sa mga begginers lang. yung weekend woodworker po. pati na yung bagay na compressor. I have been reading old treads pero parang pangkagaya nyo (professionals) na yung mga topic. Yung pang kagaya ko lang po begginers na gustong magtry. Tired na din kakabrush. thank you po in advance. :clap:
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Re: Spray Gun Topic

Unread post #25 by balarila » Wed Jul 30, 2014 7:29 pm

Nagsimula lang ako with the Lota spraygun from Panda. I paired that with a 2HP Vespa compressor so I have to pause every now and then dahil nauubusan ng hangin ang tank. But, for beginners, still good, IMHO.
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Re: Spray Gun Topic

Unread post #26 by bigfoot » Wed Jul 30, 2014 11:22 pm

balarila wrote:Nagsimula lang ako with the Lota spraygun from Panda. I paired that with a 2HP Vespa compressor so I have to pause every now and then dahil nauubusan ng hangin ang tank. But, for beginners, still good, IMHO.


What are you spraying then? It must be big for the 2hp to be in adequate.
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Re: Spray Gun Topic

Unread post #27 by balarila » Thu Jul 31, 2014 4:53 am

bigfoot wrote:
balarila wrote:Nagsimula lang ako with the Lota spraygun from Panda. I paired that with a 2HP Vespa compressor so I have to pause every now and then dahil nauubusan ng hangin ang tank. But, for beginners, still good, IMHO.


What are you spraying then? It must be big for the 2hp to be in adequate.


Cabinets and tables. Yes. They're big.
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Re: Spray Gun Topic

Unread post #28 by knowell » Thu Jul 31, 2014 8:47 am

balarila wrote:Nagsimula lang ako with the Lota spraygun from Panda. I paired that with a 2HP Vespa compressor so I have to pause every now and then dahil nauubusan ng hangin ang tank. But, for beginners, still good, IMHO.



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