- 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
- Hand positions
- 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
- Compressor settings
- 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
- Air control
- Correct body positions when spraying
- The order to paint car panels (leapfrogging)
- How sprayguns work
- Anatomy of a spraygun
- The three stages of anatomization
- Spraygun patterns
- How to assemble and disassemble a gun
- How to clean your spraygun
- How to use Anest Iwata’s cleaning kit
- And much more!
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.
Running time: 40 minutes
Region: 0 (Region Free)