Answer (of Name that Spray Pattern)!
Spray patterns revel a lot about your spray gun and help with troubleshooting. What would a top or bottom heavy spray pattern indicate?
1. Dirty or damaged air cap
2. Dirty or damaged fluid tip
1. Try rotating the air cap, if the the pattern follows the air cap then your air cap is the
issue. Inspect and clean, retest. After thorough cleaning, if there is no change
replace damaged air cap.
2. If the pattern didn't follow the air cap, inspect the fluid tip for dried paint, dirt,
damage, etc. Clean. If problem persists, replacement may be necessary.
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