Spray Gun Topic

Spray Gun Topic

Unread post #1 by chisel » Sun Jul 07, 2013 10:07 pm

Lets talk about spray gun what do you have any ways all your woodworking /metalworking hardship will not justify poor finish.

Here’s mine

Devilbiss FinishLine FLG3

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* 1 Liter aluminium gravity cup with EZ liner bag system same principle as PPS
* 1.5 fluid tip for automotive refinishing materials, installed
* 1.8mm larger fluid tip for heavier materials included
* Operates with 3 HP compressor
* 23 psi inlet pressure yields 10 psi at the air cup
* Uses a whopping 13.0 cfm


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Re: Spray Gun Topic

Unread post #2 by chisel » Sun Jul 07, 2013 10:08 pm

Here’s what’s included on the box

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Installed at the air cap 1.5mm

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Air regulator and the 1.8mm tip

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EZ Liner Bag system by Devilbiss same as PPS but PPS is much much better, but this is free from the unit

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Unread post #3 by chisel » Sun Jul 07, 2013 10:08 pm

1 Liter aluminum cup.

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Unread post #4 by bigfoot » Sun Jul 07, 2013 10:39 pm

That's a steal brad. I think I have regrets already.
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Re: Spray Gun Topic

Unread post #5 by timber715 » Sun Jul 07, 2013 10:40 pm

Meron ka na bang 3hp compressor or better? Kuha natin ng adaptor yan sa 3m, hanapin mo adaptor number....
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Re: Spray Gun Topic

Unread post #6 by bigfoot » Tue Jul 09, 2013 1:57 pm

Your cutting tools is only as good as your sharpening system.
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Re: Spray Gun Topic

Unread post #7 by balarila » Fri Mar 07, 2014 7:23 am

Not sure if this is an OT but somewhat related.

I use a Lota spraygun from Panda with a sidemount aluminum cup. I also have a 2HP Vespa compresor which, I think, many of us have. Got me a Neiko spraygun that was defective so junked that.

Been thinking of upgrading my gun to something that consumes less air because I usually run out of air in my Vespa on the Lota. Any recommendations?

I don't think I'm ready for an Asturo as I'm not sure I want to spend $300 on a gun.

I also like the convenience of 3M's Accuspray but not sure if my 2HP Vespa will drive it.

Also, to aid me in my search, what CFM at 40psi should I be looking for? In other words, what CFM flow is my Vespa capable of at 40psi? The label says 300lpm which would be about 10CFM but I do not know at what psi load that is rated at.

Appreciate some help.
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Re: Spray Gun Topic

Unread post #8 by timber715 » Fri Mar 07, 2014 12:39 pm

A mini gun might be something that could work with your compressor. I have tried 9cfm gun and i will tell you, the compressor will have a hard time coping up.
Jay recommends a finex mini gun around 6cfm lang yun.
Now, if you want to try the accuspray. Come over and will let you try it out... But it won't be pretty with our compressor :wtf:
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Re: Spray Gun Topic

Unread post #9 by balarila » Fri Mar 07, 2014 12:49 pm

So you actually have the Accuspray, Sonny? When you say, "it won't be pretty", do you mean output is bad? Or thecompressor can't keep up?

Here's one that may work and swak sa budget: http://www.spraygunworld.com/products/A ... 14-18.html

Specs are:
Astro Pneumatic LVLP Spray Gun - EVO4014-18 - LVLP Gravity Feed Spray Gun
Nozzle Sizes: 1.4-1.8mm
Operation Pressure: 25psi
Gun Weight: 1.021lbs
Avg. Air Consumpt.: 9.6CFM (7.8@40) Can be used with 6.0 CFM@40 for wood or auto spot or panel work
Air Inlet Thread NPT: 1/4"
Recommended Compressor: 2-3hp
Max. Pattern at 8" Distance: 8.5" - 9"
Air Hose I.D. Size: 1/4"
Comes with .6 Liter Plastic Cup
10PSI operating pressure

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Re: Spray Gun Topic

Unread post #10 by moji » Fri Mar 07, 2014 2:14 pm

Ding,

I have the mini version of Timb's asturo. Look it up in spraygunworld, it might be the one that fits your budget. It runs at only 3-4 cfm.
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