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SATA 4400B RP

#1
Who uses one of these? I have the 1.0 tip and am not in love with it at all. I'm using for base and clear (UV maybe Euro]
I was hoping to use it for a door sized projects.
What about you folks?
 
#2
gun is mainly used for small projects like motorcycle helmets and touchups. ive even heard of people using them as airbrushes.
you wont get uv out of that tip.
 
#3
I talked to SATA customer service and they recommended 1.0. I was unsure but went with it. I just got a 1.2. Not sure I want to open it if I don't like the gun.
 
#5
I have that gun with a 1.2 and spray UV clear. Don't like it at all, can't seem to get a smooth finish with it. For such a small gun, it's a hoser though. I much prefer the sri pro lite with a 1.2, which is what I mainly use now.
 
#7
Recommended fluid tip for UV is 1.4 minimum
Miniguns are a whole different game when it comes to tip sizes. I guess is the relationship of the needle and the size of the aircap.

My Iwata LPH-80 1.2 will spray the Universal fine, but I would only use it for small parts.

The LPH-300 is an in between gun in size, not mini but smaller than the LPH-400 and with a smaller fan, it could very well be the perfect gun for bumpers and 1 panel painting. Mine sprays pretty much everything good (epoxy, 2K sealer, basecoat, clear, SS) with a 1.4 tip.
 
#8
Same as Jorge M. I have a mini gun starting line and can spay anything thu it but have to reduce with reducer but just small parts or jams
 
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