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How do I Spray More Efficiently?

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Spray technique is a critical component in getting a great finish as well as utilizing your material as efficiently as possible. One great best practice when for great coatings and efficient spraying on any surface is called “banding”. Banding is a technique that reduces overspray and saves material while ensuring a nice, even coverage on your part. There are…

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What is the best Spraying Technique?

After you’ve selected your correct spray gun, air compressor, and nozzle size the last thing keeping you from a tip top finish is your spraying technique. There are several small steps in assuring that you’re applying an even coverage. 1. The spray should always be perpendicular to the surface that is being coated. This means that if you are…

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How Do I Control my Spray Pattern?

Every part is different. Different sizes, different geometries, different intricacies, etc. In addition to that, may coatings have different properties (and costs) as well. That’s why it is important to dial in your spray gun pattern so that you are optimally coating your part and not wasting material in the process. No two jobs are completely alike; therefore there…

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Spray Gun Technology. What is the Difference between Conventional, HVLP, and HVLP Plus? What are the advantages?

Spray gun technology has made strides in recent years and if you are just getting into spray painting it can be difficult to determine exactly what you need. There are three types of spray gun technology (Conventional, HVLP, HVLP Plus) that each have their differing pros and cons depending on your particular application. In order to optimize your process…

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Ink vs. Dye

Non contact marking uses multiple types of spray media. These fall into two main categories, pigmented ink and dye. Each of these type of spray media have benefits, but each also have issues that should be thought through when selecting a marking system. Selecting the proper type of media for your application is critical to the proper operation and…

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