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    Re: Paint guns.Sata vurses any other

    Re: Paint guns.Sata vurses any other

    D'Kid: If at all possible it would be great if you could compare both the Sata and Iwata side-by-side. That is the only way you can "see" the difference in atomization and spray pattern. Also, don't be tempted to get one of the larger cups. When shooting a roof, a full cup ways so much you tire easily because of the off-angle and stretching. But since you are time-limited with the paint, you press-on regardless of fatigue. The lay-down pattern suffers but you don't really notice it. Also, the larger cups are always frustrating when doing door-jams and interior things when you are articulating all over the place. The tall cup will invariably hit something, or you can't get into the right position. Very frustrating. Yes, the small cup causes more refills and therefore may seem slower, but in the long run it isn't. You do a much better job with less mistakes and therefore no touch-up. All the best.

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