Air Inlet: 1/4 NPT or 1/4 BSP ; Nozzle Size: 1.2MM to 2.5MM. Cup Volume: 600-750 CC, Operating Pressure: 50 PSI, Air consumption : 14 CFM, Cup Volume: 600-750 CC —>High Quality Construction, Fully adjustable pattern control.—>Maximum Trigger Control. —> Non-Bleeder, Siphone Feed, External-mix for Fine authorization.
High Quality Construction, Fully adjustable pattern control.
Air Inlet: 1/4 NPT or 1/4 BSP ; Nozzle Size: 1.2MM to 2.5MM
Cup Volume: 600-750 CC, Operating Pressure: 50 PSI, Air consumption : 14 CFM
Compressor required : 2-3 HP ; Maximum Trigger Control.
Non-Bleeder, Siphone Feed, External-mix for Fine authorization.
Holy COW. I’ve been trying to paint and lay down finishes off and on over the years with old/cheap/poorly maintained guns. Always have had troubles with spraying thicker stuff and thinner lacquers. Never enough coverage or poor pattern or absolutely dry and horrible laydown.A little bit of research and a few videos later, I took after a large car trailer with this gun. The primer went on like a DREAM. Perfect coverage, perfect pattern, laid down exactly as I thought it always should and the way it looks when others do it. Apparently my whole problem was cheap/old/dead guns that I had laying around in unknown condition with unknown tips. (Like the freebie from a compressor purchase and the yard sale finds)This DeVilbiss, with its 3 tip sizes, and pressure gauge at the gun (don’t forget – set your pressure with the TRIGGER FULLY PULLED!) required nothing. No expertise, and no confusing settings. Easy to pull apart and clean, simple to use, looks great, and easy to maneuver into tighter corners.Definitely a winner in my book. Highly recommended – it made painting what I’d always thought it should be.
Jaya ram –
I got the gun set up today, and am very impressed with it. It did include 1.3, 1.5, and 1.8 tips; the 1.3 was already installed. Cup is metal, and the air pressure regulator and gauge are Devilbiss pieces, of good quality. I bought it for a good primer gun, and with the 1.8 tip, it should do very well.
Samnan Customer –
Wow, just WOW. Over the last year I’ve become a pretty good painter with not a very good gun. Upgrading to the FLG-670 is a game changer. It is SO much easier to get a nice finish. Adjustment is much easier and much more precise. The atomization is incredible. Laying down a wet coat is trivial as is avoiding runs. In fact, you’d have to have the gun setup completely wrong and hold it in one place to get a run… it atomizes that well. It also has much less overspray (you can set the fan just like you want) and that stretches the paint a long way.Don’t forget it comes with three caps, 1.3 1.5 and 1.8, that is extra value right there.I’m sure there are better guns, and if you paint for a living you probably aren’t looking at this gun anyway. However, If you are looking at this gun you’re probably looking for the best gun you can get without spending $250+. This is the gun. Get it, it’ll make you a lot better.
I tried all kinds of HVLP guns with mediocre results. I tried the Harbor Freight gun and the Eastwood Concourse guns, but cannot compare to theDevilbiss Finishline 4 FLG-670. Excellent gun for the price. Invest in this, and you’ll spend less time sanding orange peel and goofs. Lays down a very nice finish to make an amature painter look like a pro. Highly recommend!!!
After watching many Gunman youtube videos on HVLP painting, I decided to try this spraygun. It was a toss up between this and the much more expensive Devilbiss ProLite. I am glad I purchased this gun. It did a fantastic job with Auto Paint and after several projects I think getting the air pressure and flow correct is the secret to getting a great finish with this gun. I know that Gunman recommends the higher priced ProLite but he sprays everyday and can probably see a finish difference between the two. He did come around finally and admit that this gun is great for spraying topcoats. It might be many years before I could see a difference.The gun is well built, was extremely consistent, and I don’t plan to replace it. It will be fantastic for auto painting and cabinet refinishing.RECOMMENDED !
I used this with a craftsman 6hp. 33 gallon compressor. This comes with a 1.3mm tip a 1.5mm tip and a 1.8mm tip a metal cup and an inline adjustable pressure regulator. I used the 1.5mm tip to spray satin silver PPG on a hood and bumper cover. I used the 1.3mm tip to spray the clear. Considering that I had never done this before it turned out looking really good. I had to buy an inline filter which I ordered at the same time as the gun. I also had to purchase a desiccant air dryer and a regulator which I bought at harbor freight and mounted directly after the compressor. The air dryer works as it should but make sure to order extra beads because you have to change them after every session. I used the cheap harbor freight purple gun to spray the primer and it did a really good job. The only problem I had was my own fault. I pressed to hard while using the tack cloth and it left a residue so I had to clean it again with W&G remover. There are also different types of tack cloth be careful which one you choose and when using do not use pressure.
Art cafe –
Just received this gun in the mail today. I purchased it out of frustration with my previous gun. All I can say is WOW! Incredible gun. I went the cheap route and got a different three gun set for $90 and what a piece of junk. This devilbiss gun is fantastic , I hated to bite the bullet and put $200 for one paint gun but it was worth every single penny . With my cheap crappy gun I had to do several passes to cover an are and it took about 3 hours to cover my car with primer (small two seater sports car). With this new gun I got 3 times the coverage in 1/4 the time . Part of my amazing reaction is probably due to how poor my other set performed , but wow. I really can’t say enough good things about this gun. So far I have only used the 1.8 tip with some epoxy primer , but I have no doubt the others will perfor equally . I will be interested to see how It does on the clear , but so far i am impressed beyond believe . I can’t say how this would comapre to some of the more expensive guns, but I wouldn’t trade it for anything else .
On the DeVilbiss website 803558 FLG-670 FinishLine Solvent-Based gun includes the following items:Item 14 190944 GFC-404-K2 Disposable Lid Kit (Kit of 2) ONLY 1 LID WAS INCLUDED IN PACKAGEItem 15 190181 KGP-5-K5 Filter Kit (Kit of 5) NO FILTERS WERE INCLUDED IN PACKAGEThe instruction booklet Parts List also indicated these items were part of the package. In a call to DeVilbiss the customer service rep. told me it was a mistake/unclear on the website and in the instruction booklet and she wished they would correct the mistake but offered no solution to the parts not being included.
I’m a weekend restorer, and am working on rebuilding a CoPart salvages 2014 Scion tC.Body shops wanted Rs 5300 to repaint the front bumper and side skirt I needed to replace, but instead I bought this for $217 here on amazon and then with paint and supplies, still came in under that mark.“Teach a man to fish…”I did a lot of research for an easy to use, beginner friendly paint gun that wouldn’t break the bank. These reviews here plus The Gunman reviews on YouTube led me to this gun.And boy I could not be happier. My first gun sprayed horrible and the clear was pretty bad.I did, in my newness to this skill, mess up by not noticing I was spraying base with the 1.3mm tip, so the base coat did not match factory base pattern, but it is hardly if at all noticeable. Next time I’ll be sure to use the 1.5mm for baseI was painting outdoors at about 62-64 degrees F and so it was a bit on the chilly side for paint. Using medium activator for my Euro clear, it laid down wet but had a horrible orange peel effect to it. I reduced PSI to about 12-15 and laid another layer that went better, but still showed orange peel.I think I was spraying too far away and going too fast. The great news is that because it was so cold and because I was using medium and not fast activator, the clear laid out and became super smooth.All in all, I love this gun and how it sprays and how forgiving it is to a beginner like me.
PPG acrylic urethane. a good gun. airplane photo.