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Old 11-11-2003, 03:02 PM
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Question Walcom FX GEO spray gun

I'v been reading up the Walcom FX GEO spray gun, and I'm thinking of getting one. Does anybody out there have one or used one befor? Any impute will be helpful

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I've never heard of that one. What kind of info do you have so far and is there a website where a person can check the specs on it?
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FX Geo gun

I own the FX Geo gun. It is an Italian made HVLP gun. It is well balanced comes with a polished SS 1 liter cup. The gun have a feature that reduces the amount of material and air flow with a half turn of a knob to spray door jambs etc. Turn the knob back and you are at your original settings both air and material. It also has what they call secondary atomization which is supposed to give you the same degree of atomization the old siphon guns have. works very well on both base coat and clear. Very spendy I paid about $500 for mine when they first came out. I also own a Binks Model 7 and since I got the Geo it sets on my shelf. I think the gun is very well made

Grusome Goat go here http://www.allsprayguns.com/Merchant...egory_Code=GEO

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I'v been reading up the Walcom FX GEO spray gun, and I'm thinking of getting one. Does anybody out there have one or used one befor? Any impute will be helpful

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Alex.S
do not waste your money i have personally tried one in a job interview they are old technology that never worked well buy a sata 3000 or a anest iwata 400 those are great guns i have 4 sata's and 1 iwata
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I'v been reading up the Walcom FX GEO spray gun, and I'm thinking of getting one. Does anybody out there have one or used one befor? Any impute will be helpful

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Alex.S
I have had a Geo FX for approx 9 years. I love it. Atomization is consistent easy to use & clean. You will like it.
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I have either 3 or 4 of the FX97's with the 1.5 tip except one has a 1.3 for base, they did not make a 1.4 when I bought those guns, so the 1.5 is for clear BUT also works great on the bases.

This year I did buy two of the newer models but not sure of the name with out looking.
They are a well made gun and spray base better then any gun but my Iwata LPH is very close, they break the clear up great but my Sata RP is better for larger areas as I'm a very fast painter and if doing an all over I tend to go to the RP.

Great guns but pricey as is the Iwata's or Sata's.

Just noticed, the orginal poster has retired and is now dead from old age.

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