Thanks so much for your help Allen the information and advice that you've give is invaluable , but I'm one of these pedantic lame man type bug&#ers who likes to learn the In's and outs of stuff before buying.Allen wrote:I've only used them for a cheap primer gun. The 2 pac primer and putties we use are brutal on spray guns and kills them in 6 months no matter how much money you spend. The ones we get have at work have a nozzle like a canon but they will have finer ones on their other guns.
Pretty much any reasonably built gun can be set up for spaying lacquer. I'll help you get it spraying right if you get one.
I don't mind paying for quality cause I look after my tools meticulously but I need to know that I'm buying the right tool for the job, and as Ive never sprayed aside from a little airbrushing, I'm in the dark so I still have more questions.
I notice that most, if not all guns come with optional needle sizes, and I imagine that the size would dictate what viscosity product it can spray. So when one is faced with a gun that one thinks one may be happy with and it has 3 or 4 needle option, would you need to ask the supplier's advice with respect to the product one intends to spray?
Bellow is one I may be interested in and the supplier is close by.
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