Application: Custom Automotive
Skill level: Beginner to professional
Classification: E - Educational
Running time: 40 minutes
Format: DVD Region 0
Top pro spraygun handling methods revealed!
In this comprehensive DVD presentation with Trucks TV star Kevin Tetz, you'll learn:
The complete line of Anest Iwata sprayguns, including the dynamic Supernova gun, Century Series guns (LPH-80, LPH-400 and LPH-440), robotic and fluid handling equipment
Spraygun handling techniques
The Anest Iwata waterborne drying system
Training aids for spraygun perfection
The best gun distances from the surface
How to maintain consistency in spraying
Spraygun practice techniques
How to check your settings
Health and safety issues
How to achieve various spray patterns
How to analyze spray patterns
Common mistakes to avoid
How to prevent paint running
Desirable spray patterns
The difference between silver, orange and purple air-caps for the LPH-400
Correct body positions when spraying
The order to paint car panels (leapfrogging)
How sprayguns work
Anatomy of a spraygun
The three stages of anatomization
How to assemble and disassemble a gun
How to clean your spraygun
How to use Anest Iwata’s cleaning kit
And much more!
About Kevin Tetz:
Growing up, Kevin Tetz worked in his father’s automotive tech shop, learning everything from engine mechanics to bodywork and restoration. After pursuing a music career in the 1980’s, Kevin returned to automotive work and has since owned a restoration shop, received certification as a collision repair technician, managed collision repair shops and offered automotive instruction and seminars. He presently owns a paint and body restoration business and is a prominent automotive painter.
In 1999, Kevin Tetz started a website that offers video instruction and advice for paint and bodywork projects and general restoration work. He also writes for several publications, including Mustang & Fords magazine and participates in numerous automotive shows, offering how-to clinics and seminars to hobbyists and professionals alike. Kevin has also produced and hosted do-it-yourself instructional videos for the automotive restorer and enthusiast.
Kevin is a certified member of ICAR (International Centre for Automotive Research) and ASE (National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence). He is also a member of SEMA, the Speciality Equipment Market Association, a major automotive parts and accessory trade organisation.