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Offline ben_r_

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Re: My Paint Spray Setup with a Fuji MiniMite 4
« Reply #60 on: October 11, 2017, 04:47 PM »
Okay thanks guys. Just heard back from AcmeTools who contacted Fuji directly and they confirmed that the Mini-Mite 4 will come with: "a standard 25-foot hose.  Only the more powerful 5-stage models have been repackaged with a more heavily reinforced hydraulic hose."

So I guess I will pick up the 6' Flexible Whip Hose #2049F to make the setup a little more easily maneuverable.

Lastly I am thinking of picking up the 1.0mm AirCap set to use with fine clear finishes like shellac and lacquer as I was reading the 1.4mm that comes with the gun might be a bit heavy for those thinner products. What do you guys think?
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Offline tjbnwi

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Re: My Paint Spray Setup with a Fuji MiniMite 4
« Reply #61 on: October 11, 2017, 05:34 PM »
Okay thanks guys. Just heard back from AcmeTools who contacted Fuji directly and they confirmed that the Mini-Mite 4 will come with: "a standard 25-foot hose.  Only the more powerful 5-stage models have been repackaged with a more heavily reinforced hydraulic hose."

So I guess I will pick up the 6' Flexible Whip Hose #2049F to make the setup a little more easily maneuverable.

Lastly I am thinking of picking up the 1.0mm AirCap set to use with fine clear finishes like shellac and lacquer as I was reading the 1.4mm that comes with the gun might be a bit heavy for those thinner products. What do you guys think?

0.8mm

Tom

Offline ben_r_

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Re: My Paint Spray Setup with a Fuji MiniMite 4
« Reply #62 on: October 11, 2017, 05:37 PM »
Okay thanks guys. Just heard back from AcmeTools who contacted Fuji directly and they confirmed that the Mini-Mite 4 will come with: "a standard 25-foot hose.  Only the more powerful 5-stage models have been repackaged with a more heavily reinforced hydraulic hose."

So I guess I will pick up the 6' Flexible Whip Hose #2049F to make the setup a little more easily maneuverable.

Lastly I am thinking of picking up the 1.0mm AirCap set to use with fine clear finishes like shellac and lacquer as I was reading the 1.4mm that comes with the gun might be a bit heavy for those thinner products. What do you guys think?

0.8mm

Tom
For the GXPC gun there is no 0.8mm AirCap set. There is 0.7mm, 1.0mm, 1.4mm, 1.8mm and 2.0mm.
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Offline tjbnwi

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Re: My Paint Spray Setup with a Fuji MiniMite 4
« Reply #63 on: October 12, 2017, 09:53 AM »
Okay thanks guys. Just heard back from AcmeTools who contacted Fuji directly and they confirmed that the Mini-Mite 4 will come with: "a standard 25-foot hose.  Only the more powerful 5-stage models have been repackaged with a more heavily reinforced hydraulic hose."

So I guess I will pick up the 6' Flexible Whip Hose #2049F to make the setup a little more easily maneuverable.

Lastly I am thinking of picking up the 1.0mm AirCap set to use with fine clear finishes like shellac and lacquer as I was reading the 1.4mm that comes with the gun might be a bit heavy for those thinner products. What do you guys think?

0.8mm

Tom
For the GXPC gun there is no 0.8mm AirCap set. There is 0.7mm, 1.0mm, 1.4mm, 1.8mm and 2.0mm.

I didn't recall it was the X series gun, sorry. When I saw 0.8, I figured T series.

Get the #2 (0.7mm).

Tom