Spray Gun Set Up
Spray Gun Set Up How to properly set up your gun to spray solvent based paints like OHW Paint.
Beginner Tutorial How to Set Up and Use a Paint Spray Gun
Leah demonstrates how to set up and use an HVLP gravity-fed pneumatic paint gun, step-by-step, for beginners. This video teaches you how to attach your air regulator, how to thin out paint, load the gun, and set the air and fluid gauges. You will learn how to hold the gun while spraying paint, and safety considerations when using a paint spray gun. Channel http://www.youtube.com/seejanedrill Support this channel by shopping on Amazon with our link: http://www.amazon.com/?tag=sejadr-20 Website http://www.seejanedrill.com Facebook http://www.facebook.com/seejanedrill Twitter @seejanedrill.com Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of See Jane Drill, we cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. See Jane Drill assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in these videos. Use this information at your own risk. See Jane Drill recommends safe practices when working with tools seen or implied in our video and written content. Due to factors beyond the control of See Jane Drill, no information contained on this youtube channel, Facebook page, website and Twitter page shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this content is the sole responsibility of the user and not See Jane Drill.
Painting Basics & Techniques - Part 1 of 2 with Kevin Tetz - Eastwood
LINK TO BUY EVOLUTION PAINT GUN: http://www.eastwood.com/eastwood-evolution-paint-gun.html LINK TO BUY CONCOURS PAINT GUN: http://www.eastwood.com/ew-concours-gun-1-2-and-1-4-tips-plastic-andmetal-c up.html LINK TO BUY CLEANER & LUBRICATOR: http://www.eastwood.com/aerosol-injected-cleaner-lubricator.html LINK TO BUY BANDIT RESPIRATOR: http://www.eastwood.com/sas-bandit-respirator.html - HVLP Paint Gun - Eastwood Evolution - Item #12776 Evolution Advanced engineering in our Evolution™ HVLP Paint Gun is just 1 reason it's your next "must-have" spray gun...it's also lightweight, ergonomic, and sprays beautifully! The Eastwood-engineered Evolution™ HVLP Paint Gun is a uniquely versatile, gravity-feed paint gun that performs and feels like no other paint gun. Start with an air cap and nozzle designed to generate superior atomization, resulting in a finish you'd normally expect from more expensive, higher-end, professional guns. Paint longer with less fatigue! High-tech, ergonomic composite body is precision-balanced and lightweight Save set-up time! Indicators on the air/paint adjustment knobs let you revert back to your favorite settings Latest spray atomization technology and HVLP transfer efficiency Includes 1.4mm nozzle and needle (other sizes available) Built to last, even in professional environments Available in multiple configurations featured below. - Eastwood Concours HVLP Paint Gun 1.2 and 1.4 tips - Item #51603 Concours Paint Gun with 2 tips sprays-on a "show-car" finish...yet it's powered by your home compressor with only 4 cfm @ 29 psi! Why buy an expensive pro paint gun when Eastwood's full-size HVLP Concours Paint Gun has the same impressive features and 2 tips, at a fraction of the cost? And your home compressor provides all the air power you'll need (4 cfm @ 29 psi) to work with this Concours paint gun. Includes 2 stainless steel needle/nozzle/air caps (1.2 and 1.4mm) Anodized adjustment knobs and air cap ring Lightweight, satin-finished aluminum body Compatible with most home-shop compressors Backed by Eastwood's 10-year limited warranty - Eastwood Aerosol-Injected Cleaner & Lubricator - Item #12846z Eastwood's award-winning Aerosol-Injected System directs a focused blast of cleaner or lubricant to penetrate deep into hard-to-reach places Our Aerosol-Injected Clean/Lube System was the 2011 Winner of Popular Mechanic's™ Magazine Editor's Choice Award for Product Innovation and Design! One of the key reasons was the engineered taper of each can's nozzle that creates a tight seal to force the cleaner or lubricant deep into the tool or tubing, without blowback. Choose below from the Cleaner or the Lubricator...or both! 360-degree valves even spray upside down! Ideal for cleaning or lubricating anything around the car, shop and home Buy both and SAVE over individual prices! - SAS Bandit Respirator - Item #11455 The Bandit dual-cartridge respirator is ideal for painting, rust proofing, air-brushing and general maintenance projects. It is NIOSH N95 and OSHA approved and can be used in a professional environment such as a body shop. The half-mask is constructed of soft thermoplastic polymer for maximum comfort and a tight facial seal. The head strap is easily adjustable and ensures a secure snug fit around the top and bottom of your head. The filters are positioned for optimum vision and balance and have a life span of about 50 hours (conditions breathing rate and usage will affect filter life). Eastwood Company Ustream account for live automotive tech videos, car show streaming, and live product launches. Send us a suggestion for anything you'd like to see! Since 1978, Eastwood has been supplying products to people who want to do the job right. Eastwood offers a complete line of hand tools, welders, plasma cutters & accessories, metal working tools, powder coating supplies, paint and paint guns, specialty paints and hard to find products - all for the DIY-er. Eastwood has all the tools and supplies you need to restore your car, motorcycle or truck. Visit eastwood.com today.
How to Fix a Scratch and Paint with Base / Clear
More information here - http://www.refinishnetwork.com/2009/06/17/how-to-paint-a-car-yourself/ Visit http://www.refinishnetwork.com for more videos, repair article, auto body repair courses and auto body repair information. Join other auto body technicians and discuss car painting techniques with auto body professionals and enthusiasts. This shows a minor scrape on a Mazda Miata. The scratch was feathered out, primed and painted using BASF paint. There are many ways to get the job done, this is what was done here: 1. The scratch was feathered out using 280 grit paper until each color was seperated around 1/2". 2. Next it was backsanded to allow space for the primer to adhere. 3. It was primed with 2 coats of Glasurit 285-10/20 direct to metal urethane primer and allowed to dry. It was primed with a devilbiss finishline HVLP gun with a 1.6 tip. 4. Next it was blocksanded using 320 paper, then final sanded with some 400-500 grit paper. Using a block is optional there but recommended. 5. After taping it up it was painted using RM Diamont basecoat in 3 coats. Each coat was allowed to flash about 5 minutes before the next one. Then 15 minutes before clearing. An Iwata LPH400 was used to apply the basecoat at about 20 psi. 6. The clear coat used here was BASF DC5335 Glamour clear. It was applied in 2 coats with about 10 minutes between coats. It was applied using an Iwata W400 with about 26 PSI at the gauge. A few dirt nibs were colorsanded and polished afterwards.