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Old Binks Lid

#1
Can't find a replacement lid for this cup. It's an old (obsolete) Binks M1-G gun. The gun sucks but I like it for an industrial paint that I use on ornamental iron work.
The inside of the cup measures exactly 3-7/16". I found a part no. on the internet "GFC-404-K2" but that proved not to fit at a local jobber. May have to change the cup to get a lid but the threads into the gun aren't common either.
 

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#3
It might not be worth messing with. Seems like adapting the threads to a modern cup would be the best solution moving forward, then replacement lids would be easily obtainable.
 
#5
buy a vaper gun from northern tools. i have a 2.3 i use for polyester and gel coat. 45 dollars. mine is 5 years old now and still going strong .
 
#6
buy a vaper gun from northern tools. i have a 2.3 i use for polyester and gel coat. 45 dollars. mine is 5 years old now and still going strong .
I have that gun with the 2.3 and another gun with a 2.5 that Barry gave me. I use the 2.5 for the thick stuff, works great.
The old Binks has a 1.7 nozzle that I use to spray ornamental iron work, mostly satin black and bronze. Paint I don't want in any of my "good" car guns.
If I don't fix it now I will forget about it until next time and use the cracked lid again. (and again):). What I should do is get the disposable cups again.
 
#9
3M probably has the most extensive list of adapters out of all of them.
After I couldn't get the disposable system I used before (from Europe) and it doesn't appear they will return to the US market, I decided to switch to the Sata RPS system. Sata's adapter list is a bit lacking-limited but I was able to use the 3m list to cross reference that 15 adapter to a Sata. Ironic that you don't need the adapters for the QCC Satas, (have only one). Going to have to contact Sata to verify the other adapters.
 
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