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Spray Gun

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Spray Gun by AEMCOEUROPA Feb 19, 2013
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Did You ever try to paint big surface with spray-cans? Really hard job - kill Your fingers...but this equipment help to save Your fingers. Have a good painting!

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After printing You need to re-drill the screw-holes to size, as You want. The part's name " spraygun3e": You need to print twice.

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Ever heard ''Spraymaster'' or aerosol handle. They use a clip method on the uniform sealer-cap?! So it can be clip-mounted on every aerosol can without screw/nuts. Cost around 3-5 dollars on ebay, DealExtreme etc. I can't print cheaper and better for that.

check out my double-can spray gun... for footballfield sizes of surface XD

what do you think about cooking up a version with interchangeable rings on the cans.. this way we can use one grip to rule them all... (the cans)

its massive! you can shake the cans with it.. cant do this with the ones from a shop.

Hmm, I've been thinking about doing some office-graffiti (whiteboard markers + compressed air), and this would be a great way to avoid the chill of the can from being overwhelming. Plus, it would probably be possible to also add a mount for the whiteboard marker itself to free up a hand.

Welcome :) ( I remember, when I painted My Caravan - at least 40 square meter surface - and My all fingers sticked and was painful....never again :) )

Nice.Thanks for sharing..

Nice!! <- two thumbs up
I'll be doing one of these before my next paint job, thanks.

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