How To Paint & Set Up Your Spray Gun - Great Tips with Kevin Tetz at Eastwood Part 2 of 2
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Part 2 of 2. Kevin Tetz visited Eastwood in September 2013 and gave this great demonstration on paint gun set up and techniques. In this video he explains how to set up a paint gun, including adjusting the fluid and air control. Kevin also discusses cfm and psi, what they mean and how to run an air line from a compressor to the gun. He explains the best path to paint around a car to get the best appearance and coverage. Kevin also shows how to hold the gun and make adjustments to get the best pattern.
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Painting Basics & Techniques - Part 1 of 2 with Kevin Tetz - Eastwood
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- HVLP Paint Gun - Eastwood Evolution -
Item #12776 Evolution
Advanced engineering in our Evolution™ HVLP Paint Gun is just 1 reason
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Paint longer with less fatigue! High-tech, ergonomic composite body is
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Save set-up time! Indicators on the air/paint adjustment knobs let you
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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.
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Anodized adjustment knobs and air cap ring
Lightweight, satin-finished aluminum body
Compatible with most home-shop compressors
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The Bandit dual-cartridge respirator is ideal for painting, rust proofing,
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How To Mix Car Paint - Understanding Paint Mixing Ratios with Kevin Tetz at Eastwood
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How to Choose The Right Primer & When To Use Each Type of Paint - Kevin Tetz at Eastwood
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available at Eastwood.
Eastwood Contour Polyester Primer Surfacer
Contour™ Sprayable High-Build Primer/Surfacer serves as an excellent base
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filling characteristics and superior adhesion to steel, aluminum,
fiberglass, SMC, OE finishes, self-etching primers and body fillers.
High build with excellent filling capabilities
Easy to sand with no shrinkage
Eastwood 4:1 Urethane Primer Black and Activator Kit
Eastwood's high-build Urethane Primer is a two-component primer surfacer
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Ideal for block sanding. 4.8 lbs./gallon.
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Gray, White or Black color
Easy 1:1 mixing with separate catalyst
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Contains no lead, chromate or isocyanates
Eastwood Self-Etch Primer Gray
Eastwood's Self Etch Primer Gray Brand: Item #16014
In 1 time-saving step, Self-Etching Primers prep bare metal for painting.
True acid-etching formula sticks to virtually any clean, bare, rust-free
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for high-build primers or spot repairs. 16-oz. aerosol can covers about 10
sq. ft.; quart (pre-thinned for spraying) covers 30 sq. ft.; or buy it by
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Lacquer-based, single-stage formula requires no catalyst
Easier to use than other aerosol primers
Withstands up to 170 degreesF
Not for use with Chassis Black
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How to Spray Paint Clear over Base
In this video I will take you through the steps of Spray Painting this
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Auto Painting : How to Mix Auto Paint
In most cases, the ratios and measurements required to mix auto paint are
found on the side of the paint can. Find out how to read a paint cup that
is made specifically for mixing automotive paints with help from an auto
restoration specialist in this free video on mixing auto paint.
Expert: Joel Jones
Bio: Joel Jones has an associate's degree in automotive repair and a
bachelor's degree in mechanical and manufacturing engineering.
Filmmaker: Lisa Fenderson
How to remove a run in your paint
Short video showing when i remove a run. The whole procedure from start to
This one do have flaws and there is plenty of ways to remove a run. The
best in this case would have been just to repaint this part. Better end
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How to Set Air Pressure / Air Volume for a HVLP or RP Spray Gun with SATA
Are you failing in the paint booth before you even pull the trigger? What
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The volume of air you send a gun could have more then anything to with
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Learn from SATA DanAm Marketing Director Tony Larimer as he discusses
everything from choosing the right fitting to selecting the right pressure
at the wall.
Before you even pull the trigger, the right volume of air will make your
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How to Blend Car Paint (Base Coat / Clear Coat)
This is a basic sprayjob of a honda civic side. It had a used door put on
and required painting and blending into the fender and door.
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Remember that it's VERY critical that you clean your spray gun after each
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This film explains a few important topics regarding paint jobs. Please
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Bondo Tips and Tricks To Prevent Common Problems with Body Filler and Putty Glaze
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Bondo is used to fill small imperfections. A few common problems when
using bondo is over grinding the metal on thin metals which thins and
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cracks, gaps, holes, and places you don't need body filler. This takes a
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