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Ensure that the compressed air supplied to the tool is clean and dry. Dust, moisture, and corrosive fumes can damage a tool. An in-line regulator filter and lubricator increases tool life.
Keep tools clean and lubricated, and maintain them according to the manufacturers’ instructions.
Use only the attachments that the manufacturer recommends for the tools you are using.
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Reduce physical fatigue by supporting heavy tools with a counter-balance wherever possible.
Posts Tagged ‘Gravity Spray Guns’
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I use a siphon-feed cup-gun sprayer, which has the material cup below the trigger. However, it seems that the world prefers the gravity-feed guns, which have the cup on top of the spray gun. Gravity guns are supposed to be more efficient because you don’t need to use air to pressurize the cup below (gravity does all the work). And some people say they are more balanced.
I, however, find them personally awkward. I think they are top-heavy when fully loaded and I seem to ram the cup into everything as I maneuver around the workpiece.
My favorite set-up is what we called a “pressure pot,” which is where the material is stored in a remote pressurized drum. Our Binks-brand pressure pot used to hold two gallons, which was really nice for big jobs. Plus the gun could go into really tight spaces because you didn’t have any cup to swing around.
Of course, the seals on that pressure pot were kinda bad – it would lose pressure on occasion. We gave up the pressure pot when we moved into our new offices a few years ago and got rid of our spray booth.
And you can apply stain using a spray gun, as long as it’s pretty thin (dyes spray quite well). It takes practice and you need to wipe things down pretty quickly after spraying. Perhaps that’s why I’ve stuck with applying color by hand.
While going through the GW blog archives I stumbled upon this beast.
Here’s a quick excerpt of the sales copy on the blog page:
Based on the original Citadel Spray Gun design, it takes spraying your miniatures to a whole new level – you can use it to apply an undercoat, basecoat, shading, highlight, and varnish all with one pull of the trigger!
It boasts four cylinders which can accommodate any of the Citadel paint and wash ranges, and requires two cans of propellant to feed its massive appetite. Once loaded, you just Point, Pull, and Pose.
Dinair has been a leader in the airbrush makeup industry for over thirty years, and the company has been the leader of the pack for a reason. To understand why the company has become the trusted name in airbrush make-up, you need to take a look at its product.
The Dinair Airbrush Kit uses a 100% water-based make-up that is designed to set immediately, and that does not contain harmful ingredients like oil or silicone. Because it dries immediately, you won’t have a sticky feeling, or running, fading, or caking that you have with other airbrush make-up options.
When you use the kit, you are assured a product that is hypoallergenic. Many people have sensitive skin, so other airbrush kits are simply not a feasible option. Because this make-up is water-based, it won’t cause skin irritation, drying, or clogged pores.
The Dinair Airbrush Kit is perfectly safe to use. The make-up is water-based and has no negative side effects. Even if you spray it in your eyes or mouth, there’s no damage done. Simply rinse the make-up out.
You can even blend your make-up colors for truly endless possibilities. Other airbrush kits limit you on the color possibilities because their make-up is oil-based, or because it contains silicone or alcohol. With Dinair, you can blend the colors together in any fashion so you always can make the perfect color of make-up that you need for the occasion.
Dinair is so amazing that it’s been used by professional stylists and top salons for decades, and countless celebrities and stage talents have used this make-up system on-camera, on-screen, and elsewhere in the public spotlight. You don’t have to be a star to look flawless every day. There are several different airbrush kits offered by Dinair, so simply choose the one best suited for you!
In the past, most of the options for a pepper spray delivery system were limited to just canisters. As time progressed you could find it hidden in benign appearing items like lipsticks, batons and pens as well.
Thanks to the fine folks over at Mace, we have yet another option in the form of the Mace Pepper Gun. This handy little device has quite a few features that are not available with the other delivery methods.
The Mace Pepper Gun uses their patented Bag-in-a-Can Technology. This allows the device to maintain a constant stream even when turned on the side or upside down! Not only that, it shoots up to twenty five feet away which is about twice what the other delivery methods will do.
As for ease of use, it does not get much easier to operate than the Mace Pepper Gun. Once loaded with a pepper canister, you simply aim and shoot. To simplify the process they even included a LED light for the weapon.
This LED light affords three main benefits:
1. Wherever you shine the light is where the pepper spray will land. This makes aiming for the face very simple. Shine the light directly in their eyes and blast away and continue to do so until he is screaming out in agony from the burn!
2. The other added benefit of the LED light is that when you do shine the light it his eyes it will help to disorient him for the second or so it will take the pepper spray from the Mace Pepper Gun to make him wish he was elsewhere. After it starts to kick in the fight is over and he will not be able to see you so you can escape to safety.
3. The fear factor. At night when you pull this out it will be tough to tell exactly what you have in your hand and could potentially scare off the attacker or at least distract him long enough for you to take a deep breath and use the device.
So I am sure you can see that there is not much to absorb when it comes to learning how to use the Mace Pepper Gun. You load it, point the light and squeeze the trigger. That really is all there is to it!
One more benefit that Mace provided with their Pepper Gun is that they sell practice canisters. They are filled with water and allow you the chance to test out the device without wasting your precious pepper spray.
Spray gun for pumping wine
Bartender can make various patterns when they are pouring a whisky in the bar, but we can only do such things in ordinary way. Don’t worry, this wine gun is prepared for ordinary people to have a funny pumping wine way.
Its appearance is designed as a pistol, comes with holsters.You only need to fix the fitting in the bottle holsters, and then squeeze a few force supporting the air pump above, you can spray the wine through the wine gun.