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Miatatom

Member Since 28 May 2012
Online Last Active Today, 01:30 PM
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In Topic: 51 Henry J Gasser AKA "Rat named Henry"

Yesterday, 04:56 PM

I like it a lot!


In Topic: Golden Oldies

Yesterday, 04:54 PM

There aren't enough superlatives to describe your work. If I'm ever half that good, I'll be better than I thought I'd ever be.


In Topic: Hudson Hornet Convertible

Yesterday, 04:51 PM

Love the period colors. The trim and chrome look great and the detail work is excellent!


In Topic: building a spray booth in a dusty environment. need some serious advice

Yesterday, 04:46 PM

I have designed and sprayed in many 1:1 booths and I find Tom's design to be the closest thing to a real 1:1 booth out their ( great job Tom!!!!)

 

jwrass

 

Thank you very much, sir.


In Topic: building a spray booth in a dusty environment. need some serious advice

21 July 2014 - 08:43 AM

Thank you. Is it pretty self explanatory how the gloves attach or did you have to modify anything?

 

The 5" PVC plumbing flanges I used for arm holes protrude about 3/4" out the front. I put the gloves through the opening and fold the ends over the flange. I always take a piece of duct tape and tape it down to prevent the plastic sleeves from tearing. They are held in place with large hose clamps. You've just about gotten me motivated to do a short video with more details about the booth and how it is set up and works.