Skill Builder After The Many Hours Spent Carefully Building A Project It S Only Natural To Want To Give It The Best Finish Possible Unfortunately It Seems That A Lot Of Woodworkers Find The Finishing Phase Of A Project To Be Messy Difficult Unsatisfying And Tedious
Skill builder after the many hours spent carefully building a project it s only natural to want to give it the best finish possible unfortunately it seems that a lot of woodworkers find the finishing phase of a project to be messy difficult unsatisfying and tedious is post about Magazine bookmarked by cory with ID 13890436719 was uploaded on 28-02-2019 and has been viewed 201,956 times.
Basics of Spraying Illustrations by Mike Del Rizzo This need not be so, as there are many excellent finishing options available, from the traditional, centuries-old finishes like milk paint, to modern high-tech film finishes.
Today's woodworker has access to some pretty advanced water-based finishes, and equally advanced tools to apply them.Editor's Note:In the article "High Quality Finishing with HVLP" (June/July 2006, Issue #42), we looked at the basics of HVLP.
In this article we discuss proper spraying techniques.Learn how to setup your own spray booth by reading "Portable Spray Booth" (June/July 2007).Application ChoicesYou have two main choices when it comes to applying a finish to your project: the age-old method of applying it by hand with either a brush or a cloth, or you can spray the finish.
The two most common ways of spraying a finish are with a standard air compressor-driven gun, or with a turbine-driven HVLP system.The guns for both systems look very much alike at first glance, but that is where the similarity ends.
Conventional guns operate between 40 and 60 psi (pounds per square inch) using 5-12 cfm (cubic feet of air per minute) and siphon the coating out of a cup.HVLP systems operate between 4-6...