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Old 02-05-2015, 08:33 AM
Jeff Freelove Jeff Freelove is offline
 
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Default Router Bit World - $1 shipping

Anyone buy from routerbitworld.com ? They have Tenyru PT-21040 for $20.25, plus $1 shipping. So, I bought two, just to try them out. If there is a better/cheaper blade option let me know.

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Old 02-08-2015, 06:46 PM
Jeff Freelove Jeff Freelove is offline
 
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Default Blades arrived

The blades arrived in 2 days. Can't wait to try them out!

Gonna be another week before I FINALLY complete the shop and crank up the EZ stuff:

Monday - Blown insulation, Tape, float, sand
Tuesday and Wednesday - sand and mud
Thursday - Paint (HVLP latex paint)
Friday - Lights and air filter hanging
Saturday - Mini Split HVAC charged.

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Old 02-09-2015, 12:07 PM
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You HVLP wall paint? Is that faster than a roller? Airless I can see.

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The blades arrived in 2 days. Can't wait to try them out!

Gonna be another week before I FINALLY complete the shop and crank up the EZ stuff:

Monday - Blown insulation, Tape, float, sand
Tuesday and Wednesday - sand and mud
Thursday - Paint (HVLP latex paint)
Friday - Lights and air filter hanging
Saturday - Mini Split HVAC charged.
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Old 02-09-2015, 12:25 PM
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Default HVLP on a wall?

I have an Apollo 11050VR system. With the right tip and needle for latex I can go as fast as any Airless or roller. The difference is the clean up. If you throw the roller and cheap tray away you really speed up the the cleaning. If you have to completely clean the gun -- well you know how long that can take! The issue might be like me -- why buy rollers and all of that when I have the gun?
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Old 02-09-2015, 08:29 PM
Jeff Freelove Jeff Freelove is offline
 
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You HVLP wall paint? Is that faster than a roller? Airless I can see.
Phil is right.

I have a Graco/Earlex unit with a variety of tips. As long as you thin the paint to the right viscosity, it works like a charm. Latex clean-up is: disassemble, drop everything from the gun in a bucket of water, scrub and reassemble. Insert "beer" somewhere in the previous sentence.

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