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|Product Dimensions||17 x 14 x 20 inches|
|Item model number||0HV6003PUS|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Size||Earlex 6003 Pressure|
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Earlex 0HV6003PUS Spray Port 6003 HVLP Paint Sprayer with Pressure Feed Pro 8 Spray Gun, 3-Stage Turbine, HVLP Spray Gun, Spray Gun, HVLP Turbine Sprayer
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- HVLP SPRAY SYSTEMS: The Earlex SprayPort 6003 HVLP paint sprayer offers professional finishing capabilities to provide a flawless finish on your next project. The durable sprayer is built in the USA and is backed by a 2 year warranty
- PERFECT FOR WOODWORKERS: Designed for the serious woodworker to apply a superior finish with no brush marks on cabinets, doors, trim, furniture and more
- SPRAY A VARIETY OF COATINGS: Features a 3-stage turbine with an output of 5.5 PSI for improved atomization with thin or thick coatings ranging from polyurethanes, varnishes, shellac, lacquer, enamels, stains, milk paints, chalk paints & latex
- PRESSURE FED SPRAY GUN: The Pro8 non-bleed spray gun, fitted with 1.3mm air cap/needle set and cool grip handle, brings a new level of comfort and performance. The 360° rotating air cap allows you to spray even the most difficult surfaces from any angle
- UNIQUE SPRAY HOSE: The 25 ft. Hyperflex Hose is lightweight and durable with unmatched flexibility, allowing for maximum maneuverability around any project. It’s fitted with quick connect fittings for fast and easy de-coupling
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From the manufacturer
Achieve a Superior Finish on Your Woodworking Project
A Paint Sprayer for Professional Woodworkers
The Earlex Spray Port 6003 utilizes a professional pressure-fed spray gun and powerful three-stage turbine to provide a superior finish on woodworking projects. It’s perfect for serious and professional woodworkers who want to up their woodworking game.
Pressure-Fed Spray Gun
The 1 qt. pressure-fed spray gun brings a new level of comfort and performance. It features a 360° rotating air cap that allows you to spray even the most difficult objects from any angle.
Use with a Variety of Materials
Complete a multitude of projects with a large variety of materials including thinned latex, lacquers, urethanes, varnishes, oils, shellacs, stains, sealers, enamels, glazes and many more.
- Great for a wide variety of woodworking projects
- Powerful 1200 watt, three-stage turbine
- 360° rotating air cap to spray at any angle
- 1 qt. professional metal spray gun
- 25 ft. Hyperflex Hose to easily move around large projects
- On-board gun docking station for easy storage
The Earlex 6003 paint sprayer features a powerful three-stage turbine to provide an even better finish on your woodworking surface.
All Metal Gun
The durable, metal spray gun comes complete with a 1.3 mm stainless steel tip and needle and a 1 qt. PTFE coated paint container to provide added durability compared to plastic counterparts.
The 25 ft. Hyperflex Hose is lightweight and durable with unmatched flexibility, making it easy to move around nearly any project.
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|Item Dimensions||17 x 14 x 20 inches||11.5 x 6 x 1 inches||0.1 x 1.65 x 8.6 inches||8.25 x 4.25 x 1 inches||16 x 9.5 x 12.5 inches||16 x 9.5 x 12.5 inches|
The Earlex SprayPort 6003 meets the demand of the serious professional woodworker by providing a great finish, durability and affordability all in the same package. It’s perfect for spraying polyurethanes, varnishes, shellac, lacquer, enamels, stains, milk paints, chalk paints & latex (some latex may need thinning) on your next woodworking project. The SprayPort 6003 model has a 3-stage turbine with an output of 5.5 PSI at 90 CFM for improved atomization for thin or thicker coatings. Plus, the 1.3 mm needle helps to create an amazing, flawless finish on your woodworking surface with no brush marks. The Pro8 non-bleed spray gun also brings a new level of comfort and performance and features a 360° rotating air cap that allows you to spray even the most difficult objects from any angle. Plus, the pressure-fed spray gun can hold up to 1 Qt. of material for continuous spraying. The 25 ft. Hyperflex Hose is also designed with the woodworker in mind. It is lightweight and durable with unmatched flexibility, allowing full maneuverability around any project. The durable sprayer is built in the USA and it’s backed by a 2 year warranty. The Earlex SprayPort 6003 is the ideal finishing sprayer option for multiple woodworking projects.
From the Manufacturer
The 6003 is a step up in power and performance with a 1200W 3-stage turbine. Ideal for increased atomisation of thin or thicker coatings and increased production speed. Recommended for medium-sized residential or commercial projects, the 6003 is ideal for mid-level projects where speed and reliability are essential. Enamel and multicolor coatings in addition to stains, sealers, moisture cure epoxies, light body varnishes, shellac and lacquer.
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Great entry level spray gun, easy to use, few settings to worry about, easy clean up. I ended up with a few runs and sags mainly due to reaclimating myself to using a spray gun. It's been several years since using a spray gun and so a few of my paint coats I had some runs due to over application in tricky corners. These were easily fixed with a chisel and sanding, but meant I did a couple more coats than necessary at no fault of the gun. One issue I did have and the reason for 4/5 stars was that I had two mishaps that were due to a fault in the gun. twice while spraying the doors of the cabinet the air hose came detached and when that happens a large blob of paint will shoot from the gun and landed on my otherwise perfectly sprayed door. The hose attaches to the gun purely by friction and I think could be improved with a notch for twisting and locking of the hose or a clamping mechanism of some sort. After this happened twice I was just extra careful about repeatedly checking the connection and being careful not to stress the connection with my arm movements.
Also I think the gun could come with at least two needle sizes. Upon reading reviews I luckily knew to buy the 1.5mm needle right away and after using the gun I'm not sure why you would ever want the 2.0mm needle unless spraying some very thick paint. If you are doing cabinets or anthing with a fine finish, I'd also recommend just buying the 1.5mm or 1.0mm needles right away with your purchase of the gun.
Overall I'm very happy with this gun and it gave me the exact results I wanted as a fairly particular and critical DIYer. I'm happy I went with this gun over a very low end model and think it's more than adequate for my needs a few times a year to do furniture or painting projects around the house. If you are a professional using this daily, you probably want something with a few more settings and better hose attachment. For my frequency of use though double checking the hose occasionally is not a big deal.
I did a ton of research on paint for cabinets at the same time as researching spray guns. I certainly feel like I made the correct choice as the paint was fantastic to work with with only a small learning curve. I have used both Sherwin Williams ProClassic and Benjamin Moore Advance (both water based enamels) for trim, doors, and windows. They are ok and seem fine for those applications, but never really dry to the hardness I would like. For trim they haven't been an issue, but for the windows I wish they were a bit more durable and maybe they really should be used with a clear coat that dries harder.
The product I ended up stumbling across while reading a very in depth review of a wagner sprayer is called Sherwin Williams Kem Aqua Plus. This product in my area was only available at a Sherwin Williams Product Finishes store, which is different from both the retail stores and the commercial stores. The commercial stores might be able to order this in for you, but they had one product finishes store near my house, so I just went there. Fair warning these locations are used to selling to large factories for production runs, it was a bit odd for them to sell someone just a few single gallons of product. To tint the color they would have had to put me into their production cycle, but they checked the paint and it was compatible with the pigments at the retail locations, so they sent me there to have the paint pigmented, so I didn't have to wait a week on their production schedule.
This paint is called a water based lacquer. It cleans up perfectly well with just water and that's all I used. It comes as a system with it's own primer, pigmented coat, and then clear topcoat (optional). I did use all three coats and am happy I decided to use the clear as I think it feels much more durable than prior to applying it. They were out of the specific primer for the kem aqua plus, but their wood painting rep was there and told me and the salesperson that a universal primer they did have there was compatible with the paint, but don't assume just any "universal" primer is compatible with the system.
The paint dried and was able to be sanded 30 minutes after spraying. This allows you to apply and finish an entire project in a day. It completely cures within just a few hours allowing you to place the object on a moving blanket for transportation for example without blanket fibers being stuck to your project. The paint is pre-thinned for spraying and left a very nice surface.
Someone looking for a dead nuts flat super high gloss lacquer finish is probably still going to want a solvent based system, but if you are doing something where you don't mind subtle texture or you are spraying built-ins or trim on site and can't deal with the requirements of a solvent, this is a product to try.
Like most people that are looking for a 3 turbine setup you wonder what the best bang for the buck is. Do I really have to spend over $1,000 for a 5 stage turbine? Do I have to get the blue color machine like everyone else on Youtube? All I was looking for in a machine was something that can spray water based finishes and produce a cabinet like surface. Long story short, this machine delivered that result. Here are the details:
I have only sprayed water based finishes including primers. Reason being, it is water cleanup and it is easy. Which brings me to my first point... This gun is incredibly easy to clean. Sometimes between coats i'll just let the paint sit in there for up to an hour and no clogs. When i'm done I take it apart, spray some water from the hose bib in the cup, shoot some clean water through and then take it inside and clean with soap and water in the sink. From end of spraying until drying is about 10 minutes. There isn't a ton to break down when cleaning so it really is that simple.
Paints I have sprayed:
My goal with this was simple. All my clients want pieces made with hardwood or they want it painted white. I wanted to produce a white finish that rivals cabinets from a factory. I did that but here is a little secret, this gun will only perform as well as the paint you spray. I spray kilz water based primer thinned with water with a 1.5mm tip. I just add water and stir until it looks right, no viscosity cup, just until it falls smoothly off the stir stick. I apply three primer coats, more thin then thick to avoid making sanding more challenging. I sand with 220 in between the first two and the final primer coat I sand at 320. The next step is where the rubber meets the road. NOT ALL PAINT IS CREATED EQUAL. I didn't go to lowes and buy latex and expect a paint that is not designed to be sprayed spray like a lacquer finish. I bought a paint that is designed to be sprayed. Stop spraying latex, use latex on the walls, not furniture. I used General Finishes White Enamel (also sold on amazon). I put it directly in the cup (through a filter of course) and I did not thin. I used the 1.3mm tip and let me tell you. I did it. After two coats of the general finishes white enamel I had the cabinet grade finish I have so strongly desired. Is the paint super expensive compared to the home center? You bet it is. does the extra $50 mean you get the exact finish you wanted? Yes. Buy the right stuff and you get the right results. I'll post pictures of the first project I sprayed.
If you are looking for a gun that can spray paint that is designed to be sprayed then you will be more then happy with this product. I love it. The pieces I have delivered since owning this gun have had people comment immediately, "That finish is so beautiful". Yes it is ma'am. It really is. If you are determined that you have to spray un-thinned latex from the home center then buy the $30 gallon paint from the home center and spend the $1,100 on a 5 turbine unit. I prefer to put the money into the finish over the color of the machine.
Side note, it will probably spray thinned latex. It sprayed primer after all. It will absolutely spray all polyurethanes and leave a beautiful finish. Buy the 1.5mm tip the moment you buy the gun. I spoke to an Earlex representative who said the 2 mm tip that comes with the gun is for "spraying the side of the barn". The 1.3mm that comes with the gun is perfect for poly and other thin type finishes.
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The packaging is very good.
Things are.not allowed to move on the box, something I like to see especially whith items quite expensive (considering my badget).
The turbine is solid and no more noisy than my hoover. The all metal gun seems well balanced and made with quality material. I'll try soon the system with latex paint, a good challenge for any hvlp system. Hopefully the whole experience will just confirm my positive first impression. The 2.5mm needle/tips and aircap kit found in the box was a nice surprise for me, as it may make easier spray the latex without a lot of thinning. The gun is also provided with the 1.5mm kit (probably the go to needle for woodworking projects involving thinner paints).
Why 4 stars and not 5?
Getting information about this system is not easy. I spent one evening to find the viscosity rate (0-240 seconds but I did not find this info in the Earlex site or guides, so I'm going to find out if the info is correct or not). Why not adding few lines on this topic in the user guide?
Also, I'm not confident to find spare part in the future. The website not very clear on this and if you Google around you find few site in US selling something....
I think the lack of support I'm perceiving is mostly due to the fact the Earlex is now a.Wagner brand. Probably they did not sort out yet few logistic problen..hopefully things will improve in the future...
Still the system cost considerably less of the 3 stages turbine made by Fuji...and the machine seem sturdy enough to guarantee a good number of free hassle years.
I may edit this review after trying the system this weekend..wish me luck!!!
this model is useless for doing the interior of a house, its ok for doing rough stuff outside but for emulsion use it needs the paint almost thinned to water, so no time is saved as you need to go over the same area 3 - 4 times just to get the same coat as a 1 pass with a roller.
I also found it spat lumps out even when thinned and mixed with a electric drill using the whisk attachment, now after using the old model I know it shouldn't do that.
if your going to use this to do the interiors, don't bother.. get a more expensive model that is really designed for the job and don't believe the hype the sellers put for this model.