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Old 03-05-2016, 07:52 PM   #1
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Hi. I'm looking at buying an hvlp system for painting cabinets and woodwork. Anyone have any advice or experience with the Titan flexspray? The stationary model not the handheld. Thanks.
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Don't can't wait to chew on my Titan rep junk in my book. Have to give it to the rep he was willing to help me with it but I didn't have time to learn a bunch of little trick to get it to spray right.
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Alman will you be painting in the field primarily or in a shop?

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Titan is a decent unit alot of guys love the Fuji to definitely want at least a three stage unit

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If you are going the HVLP route, don't get ANYTHING less than a five stage. I have a FUJI four stage and it is great for some things but not good for pushing water based enamels - which is one of the main things I wanted to use it for.
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