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Old 10-31-2012, 04:26 PM   #1
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Finally getting down my system for spraying kitchen cabinets on location in a small area... I've painted 12 years & never seen or heard of such an arrangement. This is a by product of constantly working out potential causes for creating touch ups or a complete redo because of bad preparation/spray technique...

The racks erect & come apart as you spray so you're always taking from or stacking on the top.

The fans exhaust out with a filter before to catch overspray. I have this many fans to keep all overspay off my racks. Cardboard keeps plastic from sucking in to my racks & spray booth.

Hope these pics help you out in your own endeavors...
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Is that spray table a downdraft? Nice little set up btw.
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Yes it is. Made from cardboard box's & 20"x20" box fan.

I'll post more pics soon... As the project moves foreword.
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That's a nice, innovative set-up you've got going there. How often do you have to change the filter on the spray table?
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Thats very impressive
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this is f-ing awesome
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can you explain what the fan does....
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can you explain what the fan does....
The fans suck out the overspay & the filters prevent the paint from going through the fan. This way your tiny both booth keeps paint from floating to your finished stack of cabinet doors. I'm spraying 24 doors in a dinning room here. I made a couple minor changes to the spray side of this booth to prevent overspay from getting on me.
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That's a nice, innovative set-up you've got going there. How often do you have to change the filter on the spray table?
Only once per job. I changed this one to add a vacume filter as a platform for holding doors.
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Here are some more pics of the project. We're using PPG Breakthrough here. These pics are of the 1st coat. Since they don't make a semi-gloss (they better soon!) I mix satin & gloss 1to1. Here the racks are taken down. Plus for fun a pic of putting all 24 doors in one spot.
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I don't get that setup. why is there a filter on the cardboard box? and what is that circular filter for? do you have a vacuum suction inside the box? is it a turntable or just a stationary spray area? i understand the concept of the fans and filter in the window sucking out the overspray.
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Great thread Custom! Is that rack just PVC tubing and fittings with tape on top to keep from sticking? This is the kind of thread that makes this site valuable. I mean so does all the behr bashing and SW hating, but this is good stuff! Thanks !
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I don't get that setup. why is there a filter on the cardboard box? and what is that circular filter for? do you have a vacuum suction inside the box? is it a turntable or just a stationary spray area? i understand the concept of the fans and filter in the window sucking out the overspray.
I believe he stated that he uses the circular filter to put the door on to spray it. The fans suck the overspray. The fans in the doorway suck the overspray when spraying the cabinet faces.
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Great thread Custom! Is that rack just PVC tubing and fittings with tape on top to keep from sticking?
Yes this rack system cost under $200 in materials. Then a weekend to construct. The materials used are 1" pvc piping (the med thick walled kind. Not the thin). A mix of elbows (for the base), a mix of T's for connecting to 3' long rods. I use connectors to join. I only glue connectors not T's to provide flexibility & easy stacking & unstacking them. The small sides are used to stabilize the racks (every 5to6 high).

As for red tape... That is red stucco tape holding down 3/4" wide foam weather striping. I mold the tape tightly around the foam by pinching sides with fingers then sliding it down . I do this without wrinkling the tape too much if not at all.
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I don't get that setup. why is there a filter on the cardboard box? and what is that circular filter for? do you have a vacuum suction inside the box? is it a turntable or just a stationary spray area? i understand the concept of the fans and filter in the window sucking out the overspray.
Here I use a cardboard box, fold the 4 box top tabs to fit around a 20"x20", then drill screws with washers to hold it tight. Then I have another box with small opening for air to escape to back of spray booth. The box contains the air while the fan captures the paint.
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Cool pics. Professional.
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You actually have Dexter beat on this one. Nice set up.
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Lol. Pics taken with my Galaxy S2 t mobil. What you see is what you get. I imagine an ipad could do even better. I'll have to try mine out!
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This should be made a sticky. Very nice. And McGyvered!
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Nice setup, thanks for sharing. Will probably use some of this on one of my adventures
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