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Need help! Looking to set up a spray shop to do cabinet work and do not know where to start. Any advice or tips would be greatly appreciated.
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Start by cleaning it up!!
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Yeah, definitely. Need to see if Habitat for humanity will take that wood but that is definitely my first task
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I can sell you some good paint for that!

Not A-100 though.
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I thought you ran/owned a paint store?
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It is a building that I also lease in the same plaza
Heck I might even make myself a hillbilly test lab and test me some A 1 Hunna
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Is you goal to run a finishing shop or rent the space to other painters to use? Or some type of combo?


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Have not figured that out yet. Most likely since my dad is a painter I will set it up for us to focus more on Kitchens and cabinets!
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Nice structure ETP! Hope you turn it into an awesome spray shop. Looking forward to the pics.
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Need help! Looking to set up a spray shop to do cabinet work and do not know where to start. Any advice or tips would be greatly appreciated.
Use the garage door to help vent out the vapours, and see if you can add a roll up door on the other side.
I'd kill for something like that
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Need help! Looking to set up a spray shop to do cabinet work and do not know where to start. Any advice or tips would be greatly appreciated.
ElTacoPaco we average painting 140 / 160 cabinets doors a week right now

i just got back from a fast 2 day road trip to Fort Lauderdale and need a little sleep & we're swamped with work but give me a few days and i;ll try to give you a detail report what works for us and mistakes we make setting up a spray shop

but here's a few thing to consider:

Open face or enclosed
air compressor
air compressor dryer
spray equipment
exhaust fan & return air
hanging system for doors
separate room room to dry
and don't forget music ... i can spray a sizz load of door with my xm radio piped into spray booth



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ElTacoPaco we average painting 140 / 160 cabinets doors a week right now

i just got back from a fast 2 day road trip to Fort Lauderdale and need a little sleep & we're swamped with work but give me a few days and i;ll try to give you a detail report what works for us and mistakes we make setting up a spray shop

but here's a few thing to consider:

Open face or enclosed
air compressor
air compressor dryer
spray equipment
exhaust fan & return air
hanging system for doors
separate room room to dry
and don't forget music ... i can spray a sizz load of door with my xm radio piped into spray booth

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Those clothes bars are screaming when loaded. Have you considered using some 1 5/8 unistrut or something else?
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Those clothes bars are screaming when loaded. Have you considered using some 1 5/8 unistrut or something else?


Or gas pipe from homedepot with floor flange screwed to the ends of pipe and then screwed into the wall.


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Or gas pipe from homedepot with floor flange screwed to the ends of pipe and then screwed into the wall.


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Yea rigid is great when you have access to a threader.
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Very interested in this thread.

Been thinking of building a spray room at our yard. Curious to know more about your exhaust system.

Everything else is just innovation to control work load, but without proper ventilation to control overspray etc that's where the money/issue is.
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