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Old 07-02-2019, 09:12 AM   #361
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Good looking garage! What kind of compressor are you planning to go with? We're getting ready to build a garage at our house, looking into compressors..amongst other necessary tools to fill it with.

Also, I run a water jet for work, so if you ever need any parts and they aren't too terribly large I might be able to help out. Looks like you found a hook up with a laser though!
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Old 07-02-2019, 01:21 PM   #362
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Old 07-02-2019, 01:42 PM   #363
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Thanks Y'all!

Garage is 22' x 32', so that's the long 32' wall you're looking at. One of the short walls was already drywall'd. I wanted it to match plus long term goals is to be fully finished. Nice flat, bright white walls really help with lighting too. For my first time doing drywall it wasn't so bad!

Choosing a compressor is hard...I did a lot of research and I'm 95% settled on a BelAir 216V air compressor. It's assembled in the US in the same factory as Quincy machines. 2 stage cast iron pump, 5hp motor...rated at 15cfm @90PSI. Most HVLP guns need somewhere in the neighborhood of 12CFM @40 PSI so it should be more than enough. Quincy seems to be the more favored brand, however their comparable model requires a $200 "warranty kit" in order to get a 3 year warranty. So it ends up being like $600 more.
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