Finishing small boxes

I am finishing a jewelry box for the wife and using Deft laquer spray cans. I decided that these will be good Xmas presents and want to make 5 more boxes. So after doing some googling and checking out the Critter spray gun online at Rockler, I think this would be a better way to go than spray cans. The Critter seems to be pretty well recommended for small projects. One question I have is, I have a oiless compressor, 2 peak horse power,SCFM @ 40 PSIG - 3.7, and SCFM @ 90 PSIG - 2.6. Is this enough air compressor and do I need to install anything in the line for the moisture coming from the tank. Any advice welcomed. Thanks.
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It is used with a 1HP oiled without problems and is ideal for small items like small boxes. It has a small spray pattern, some say 6" round, and works well with shellac and WB stuff. In-line filter at the gun isn't pricey and sure beat fish eyes! www.homesteadfinishing.com has disposable filters less than $10.00. I use them but haven't been able to find out when to change them.
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Sun, Aug 1, 2004, 1:27pm (EDT+4) snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com (PaulO.) wants to know: <snip> One question I have is, I have a oiless compressor, 2 peak horsepower,SCFM @ 40 PSIG - 3.7, and SCFM @ 90 PSIG - 2.6. Is this enough air compressor and do I need to install anything in the line for the moisture coming from the tank. Any advice welcomed. Thanks.
One question I have is: Why didn't you ask the Critter Company all that?
Not only should their advice be more accurate, it would probably be available to you a lot faster.
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(Paul O.) wants to know: <snip> One question I have is, I have a oiless compressor, 2 peak horsepower,SCFM @ 40 PSIG - 3.7, and SCFM @ 90 PSIG - 2.6. Is this enough air compressor and do I need to install anything in the line for the moisture coming from the tank. Any advice welcomed. Thanks.
One question I have is: Why didn't you ask the Critter Company all that?
Not only should their advice be more accurate, it would probably be available to you a lot faster.
JOAT The highway of fear is the road to defeat. - Bazooka Joe JERUSALEM RIDGE http://www.banjer.com/midi/jerridge.mid
Thank you, I will take your advice and look them up and send an e-mail.
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