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spraying waterborne?

Have a Fuji Mini Mite 3 stage turbine HVLP. Planning on spraying Target EM 6000 which is a waterborne lacquer. Any suggestions regarding gun settings, thickness of coats, and thinning would be greatly appreciated.
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Try the gun out with the orifice provided. Follow the recommended airline and gun pressure suggestions. Practice with spraying on some cardboard to get familiar with the pattern, flow, and distance. On most WB finishes I thin about 10% with water, and apply thin coats.








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