New Arrival China Standard Airbrush Compressor AS117A Export to Tanzania
Model: AS177A Type: piston Power: 1/8 HP Air Flow:13~15L/min Speed/min: 2900,220~240/50HZ;3400 110~120V/60HZ Auto start at 3bar (43PSI), Auto stop at 2bar (29PSI) Connection: 1/8’’BSP Single Weight:2.2K G Standard Package: 230*200*210mm Carton Dimension: 48X42X44 CM PCS/CTN: 8PCS N.W./G.W.: 20/21KGS Certificate: POHS, CE
New Arrival China Standard Airbrush Compressor AS117A Export to Tanzania Detail:
Power: 1/8 HP
Auto start at 3bar (43PSI), Auto stop at 2bar (29PSI)
Single Weight:2.2K G
Standard Package: 230*200*210mm
Carton Dimension: 48X42X44 CM
Certificate: POHS, CE
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this is how how i roll. i never pay to have things done. I just learn how to do things. I first dabbled with painting my vehicle when i was a schoolkid on a pushbike, at about 9 or 10 years old. I used brush on black and bronze paint and made my bike look so cool compared to its boring and worn out standard look. by 11 I had progressed on to spray cans on my racer, and then and at about 21 bought my first compressor some little 1hp thing, it only had enuff power to run the cheapest guns. but recreated the schoolleaving Vespa i bought at 16, exactly. But also it did me no harm by learning to get good with inferior stuff meant that when i upgraded to fancy stuff, it made me look pro instantly. same with welding i bought a second hand welder that for a year and half I had no idea was broken and there was never any CO2 gas but still became good at welding. then one day i bought a brand new welder and was gobsmacked at how easy it was and how much neater i could do it with gas. I rememeber one day as a canvass team leader wearing a suit shirt and tie, dropped all my workers on their patch to knock doors while i was parked in a cul de sac changing a talbot sunbeam from brown to black with cans so the canvassers wouldnt recognise me when i came to pick them up for a laugh.
since then have sprayed loads of vespas, Ford Cortina’s Granada’s a bmw 325i my mercedes e300 estate, various other peoples cars and a couple of helmets in the past. but none that i did as rewarding as this simple helmet respray, adding led’s after recently overcoming my inability to solder. I bought a new gas powered iron some tip tinner and i am flying along now at soldering after years of being crap at it, the only reason i got by with my previous lack of solder skills was because i have immense patience and such determination that no and cant be done are never an option, and would just keep trying to get stuff to stick over and over until i succeeded.
I intend to leave my legacy before i die, by sharing all of the best knowledge i have gained over time from hands and passed on wisdom from elders of my time. The aim of this video is to make it possible so that, ANYONE CAN SPRAY PAINT GOOD with these tips!
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the first 7 minutes is a word of advice particular to doing helmet respray work. from then on this is a useful tutorial for any spray painter, be it air brush, can or gun. the techniques are the same. This video is long enough as it is but still only covers the tip of the iceberg on the subject of painting. for example there is no mention of using breathing mask and opening windows to ventilate. Or how long i left things to dry between coats, i guess i dont want to cover basic ground here regards safety in using paints and paint drying times vary and the specifications sheet should be read before use. The paints I used were voc compliant on the label, but does not mean they are safe to breathe, and i often went out the flat immediately after spraying a coat with the window and door open to create a full through draft. but I am single, no others to worry about, no kids to protect from the fumes and no Mrs could cope without a kitchen for 6 DAYS!!!!. lol. doing one or two hobby projects with spray cans in your life time and inhaling the odd lungful here n there is not gonna kill you, but doing a large project like a large panel and upwards, you need breathing mask that filters paint specifically. and if you use two pack paint seperate air supply as it contains Cyanide which attacks the nervous system. so not even a single breath of that stuff is good for anyone. strictly spray booth stuff to be fair, or outside away from a built up area e.g in the middle of old dissused airfield, ha ha. but it is very good paint as it sets as opposed to drying, and therefore is harder, more scratch resistant.
I refer to soap/ detergent, I used lemon washing up liquid, as the lemon is better at grease. There are some better pictures on the facebook page also called 2012UrbanNinja of the glow in the dark stages taken using the camera in still mode, the reason video cannot pick up the light so well is it takes 30 frames per second the still on night mode, blurs easily if u dont hold still as the aperture stays open longer. check them out.any questions welcome, or jokes