Choose the right air compressor: Your pneumatic spray gun's performance is highly dependent on the air compressor you use. Make sure to select a compressor that can provide sufficient air pressure and volume for your spray gun.
Properly thin your paint: It's important to thin your paint to the correct consistency for your spray gun. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for the correct ratio of paint to thinner, and test the viscosity of the paint using a viscosity cup.
Adjust your spray pattern and air pressure: Before you begin painting, adjust your spray pattern and air pressure to achieve the desired results. Experiment on a test surface to find the optimal settings for your project.
Use the right technique: Hold the spray gun perpendicular to the surface and move it smoothly and evenly across the area you're painting. Keep the gun at a consistent distance from the surface, and overlap each pass slightly for even coverage.
Practice, practice, practice: Like any skill, using a pneumatic spray gun takes practice to master. Take the time to experiment with different settings, techn.
Feeding method:gravity type
Air inlet connector:1/4"-19" BSP gas pipe connector (Japanese, European, American, and British quick connectors can be equipped)
Gun body color:gold, purple, brown