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12-02-2004 04:27 PM
STATUTORY GRAPE O.K. I'll give that a try and see how it does. Thanks.
12-01-2004 11:34 PM
julmer Looks like the typical Sata imported clone. About 25 psi at the gun, air control (next to the inlet) about 3 turns out, fluid control ( back of the gun) wide open, and fan (on the side) about midway. That should get you in the ballpark
12-01-2004 07:22 PM
Anyone ever used an "ATD" 6836 gravity feed spray gun?

I bought a used ATD 6836 gravity feed gun and was wondering if anyone could tell me the best way to adjust it for spraying acrylic enamel. It has a 1.4mm tip, this would be O.K. for enamel would it not

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