Devilbiss JGA to HVLP = Problems for me?

56_Kruiser

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Subject pretty much says it. Just a quick note on my painting background:

I've painted about 35 cars over the years, all with a Devilbiss JGA. Been a while. The last time I painted a car, it was my '56 convertible, in 1999.

So my quesiton is, do I have a danger of lots of problems painting, moving from JGA to a HVLP? (Thinking seriously about purchase of Tekna Copper).

Or do I need to find something to practice on first?

In the meantime, I'm going to read through the painting tips to see what info I can come up with.
 

TAZ

Administrator
That used to be my gun of choice as well. I'm assuming you are just doing another car for yourself. If so, why not save some $ and just use the JGA.
An HVLP takes a little getting used to, but it's not that bad. Instead of the cup on the bottom, it's on top.
 

56_Kruiser

New member
Yup, doing one for myself.

Good question about using the JGA.

I don't know...just have read how good the Copper lays down metallic and pearls. Given the time since I've painted, even though it was candy and came out very nice, I'm thinking I probably can use all the advantages I can get :)

Of course if the HVLP was much different to spray with that might change the game.

I'll give it some thought. I may want to refresh the JGA of I stay with it.
 
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