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Old 06-09-2016, 01:21 AM   #41
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So, how do you keep it clean enough to see out of while spraying? I've bought so many different versions of eye protection....same problem. Start spraying and can't see after about a hour...
I buy 40 pack at a time, takes about 60 seconds to change film. So if it gets to the point where visibility is an issue, I step outside real quick and do the deed.

The cartidges last MUCH longer than 3m. That set has 16 hours in epoxy exposure and still going strong.
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I buy 40 pack at a time, takes about 60 seconds to change film. So if it gets to the point where visibility is an issue, I step outside real quick and do the deed.

The cartidges last MUCH longer than 3m. That set has 16 hours in epoxy exposure and still going strong.
I usually stack at least four lenses so I can change out in about five seconds. However, you have to have a system of releasing one at a time, or you'll end up pulling the whole stack off.

I typically tape the first lens on the shield so it can't be removed. The subsequent film stack is individually taped so that only one can be removed at a time. I never have problems seeing anymore.

For abrasive blasting, I use glass lenses in a similar manner. But instaead of tape, the glass stack is firmly held in place with a hinged flange.

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Can you show me your system?

With the gerson, you only have 2 small stickers and they line up exactly in only 1 position. So stacking doesn't seem feasible
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I'll draw it out since I just tossed my 6700 3M fullface in not so favor of an MSA canister full face. Now my old lenses don't quite fit. *angry face*
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Here's a rough drawing of my lens removal system. I know, pretty Machovalian.
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I always heard to burn incense. Oh, wrong smoke odor.
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LOL! I remember those things from the 80's!
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BTW, my drawing should read "un anchored" for the lens tab (handle)
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