I am looking for advice on an appropriate HVLP sprayer for waterborne acrylic enamel (SW Pro Classics) for a set of raised panel kitchen cabinets. I've been reading this forum and talking to different manufacturers. I believe I should be shopping for a 6-8 PSI 4-stage based system. Vendors have suggested the CapSpray CS9100, Accuspray 240K and the Graco 4900.
Since I'm a newbie I'd like your advice. There are some architectural details (routed channels with rounded over trim) on the cabinets that I need to get the paint into. Should I be looking at other HVLP manufacturers? Whose gun will do the best job atomizing this paint? Anything else I'm missing?
From contributor A:
You should be able to spray the ProClassic with a 3 stage Accuspray with excellent results. If you can afford the 4 stage it allows you to spray with less reduction. However, I still believe you will have to reduce unless you use a pressure pot. The ProClassic likes to be reduced about 5% with distilled water.
Contributor R, did you have any HVLP experience with any other brands before buying the Fuji?