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A thin and even flawless coat. Unnecessary sanding and buffing on a large wing span and added weight of an uneven finish can be avoided with professional spray equipment.

Spray with the same paint guns that the major airline manufacturers spray with - like
Boing and Lockheed Martin - Yes, the same guns used on our military fighters planes.

The guns we recommend are standards in the Aircarft Industry. Some of the paint gun companies we sell have been in the painting business for over 100 years. Every gun we sell is professional quality that can be used to get a job in the industry. We bring these top rated guns to you at wholesale prices selling them direct to the public. Take heart in our recommendations, have fun choosing a gun, and you will be satisfied.

Proper equipment is a must for aircraft performance. It is very important to use professional top of the line tools that experienced painters use to help you do a great job.

pressure pressurefeed
gravityfeed
suction

PRESSURE SETUP

This is the standard setup for most aircraft production and serious hobbyists. Large airlines and Military crafts as well as smaller commercial jets use such setups for their painting We recommend these setup tremendously.

You have 3 choices of pot sizes or you can use the same gun with different pots for great versitility.

1 Liter / 2 Quart / 2-25 Gallon or larger 55 Gallon drums

GRAVITY FEED

Do not feel you have to get a pressure system like the "big boys". If you are doing a small to medium size plane you may enjoy the convenience and ease of use of gravity feed guns. These guns are a great alternative to a pressure setup. The benefits of Gravity Feed are ease of use and ease of cleanup. The finish quality of these guns are excellent and just as good as #1 Pressure Setup. The only drawback is the cup is only 1 liter in size. Please note1 liter holds enough paint to cover a automobile so judge the size of your work accordingly.

SUCTION FEED

not recommended due to the lower atomization power of these guns as compared to #1&#2. If you want the cup on the bottom however you have 2 options1) you can get a pressure gun (see#1) with a small cup on the bottom or if you are looking for a traditional suction "cup on the bottom gun" for a larger selection of guns Click here. Please notewe recommend 2.0 tip set or higher for larger aircrafts since working speed is an important issue on such a large vehicle.

PRESSURE SETUP
1.0mm, 1.2mm for Small Planes
1.2mm, 1.4mm for Large Planes

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GRAVITY SETUP
1.3mm, 1.4mm for Small Planes
1.4 - 1.6mm for Large Planes

(1.0-1.2 for Mini small plane
1.4 - 1.5 with larger cup Mini Medium Planes)

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SUCTION FEED
1.8mm, 2.0mm for Small Planes
2.0mm, 2.2mm for Large Planes

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