Wednesday already, the weather is terrific after last night’s storm, and we now wait for more rain tonight. In the meantime, and while a relatively dry day, I had a chance to spray this cabinet, the door, and the false drawer fronts. What you see is a small plastic cup, attached to an HVLP gun, which is driven by a 3-stage turbine:
I love the little table on which the pieces sit – it is a turntable. The top turns, to allow keeping the work piece between me and the exhaust fan, regardless of which side of the piece I am spraying. The cabinet design is as shown in the rendering below. Some of you know by now that I use the eCabinet Systems software exclusively:
Now, two photos of the finishing room shortly after completion, i.e., still quite clean. First, the spray booth, made of foam insulation material, essentially “stitched” together using Velcro strips with the self-adhesive backing; this allows enlarging or reducing the booth opening, depending on the size of the piece being sprayed:
Just to the left of the booth we installed a bunch of kitchen cabinets bought from a local individual who remodeled his kitchen. There is NO stove in here, only a grill to allow wet stuff to sit on it to dry (paper towels, rags, etc.):
I like to use the lights as raking lights, to be able to see if I have missed any spots on the wood surface.
I hope you are having a great day too!