chopstick trick??

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chopstick trick??

Postby wjieling » Thu Oct 04, 2012 1:18 am

hi Hub,nice and helpful site!
i have read a lot info in the site,but really dont understand what u guys about chopstick trick,and im verrrry interesting about that trick.Could u send me the trick too plz.
my email address: louisling925@hotmail.com
thx so much!

ps. i have two w400 for base. awesome !!!!!
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Re: chopstick trick??

Postby Hub » Fri Oct 05, 2012 6:30 am

wjieling wrote:hi Hub,nice and helpful site!
i have read a lot info in the site,but really dont understand what u guys about chopstick trick,and im verrrry interesting about that trick.Could u send me the trick too plz.
my email address: louisling925@hotmail.com
thx so much!

ps. i have two w400 for base. awesome !!!!!

Geez
a W 400 foe each hand - that is awesome :wink:

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Re: chopstick trick??

Postby jwolfe » Tue Mar 27, 2018 12:21 pm

Hello I'm a new register I'm interested in the chopstick method could you please email it to me jwrestoration69@gmail.com thank you
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Re: chopstick trick??

Postby Paintmanphill815 » Wed Mar 28, 2018 1:28 pm

Hi hub, I have two LPH 400 one LVX and one LVB the LVB has a split fan no matter what psi...what am.i doing wrong?
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Re: chopstick trick??

Postby Hub » Thu Mar 29, 2018 10:08 pm

Paintmanphill815 wrote:Hi hub, I have two LPH 400 one LVX and one LVB the LVB has a split fan no matter what psi...what am.i doing wrong?

Okay try these gun settings
First turn the material & the fan control knobs to the wide open position - then back in one (1)one full turn - make sure the air valve in the handle is full open.
Now with the trigger in the full back position now with air flowing through the gun set the inlet air pressure at 8 to 10 PSI
Spray distance 4" to 6 inches - and with the gun held perpendicular to the panel
Spray pattern overlap at least 80 percent
These suggested settings would be for low viscosity material
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