Ha, Ha Mike, good to hear from you. Well if nothing else I sure am
Hey, Im new to this so while the Zahn cup might be a little over kill
I am now in a position to eliminate the variables. Now im sure I will still
have to tweek the process no doubt about that but what I have is a 1/2 decent reference point to move forward with.
It kind of cool really. Knowing the viscosity of the material one is spraying
can help shed light on problems down the road, assuming the manufacturer
got it right that is, Yikes hope they did
Using the cup aint too bad really. Just pop it in the liquid see how it flows
out, reduce as needed but dont over reduce. Do it a few times then I can move on to Milos method using the stick drip test.
I just need to get a better feel for it so me thinks I am on track.