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Old 12-01-2005, 08:11 PM
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Bob, sure surprised me, Its all very interesting indeed. I think the trick is to have
your temperature where you can use it for a good period of time. Then configure
your paint so its more suitable for that temp.

If you are new to this and I am, your pretty much dead in the water if you
dont know the Viscosity of the paint as at that point its only a guessing game.

Thats not to say you cant make it spray correctly. I just like to be more informed and try elimate possibility of error up front in advance until I build
experience.

I agree that Milo has it down, fair dues to the guy he knows what he is doing
and is real helpful to others on here too. This place is a goldmine such a cool
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Thanks .. X
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