Spray painting is commonly known as Factory Spraying or Lacquering. Spray paint is applied to the material using high-pressure air, mixed with paint particles, allowing to achieve consistent and smooth finish throughout the material. The difference between traditional brush painting and spray finishing - No BRUSH Marks. Spray paint is more durable and provide an even coating on any surface whether it is a flat board or moulded panel, all surfaces will receive an even amount of paint layer.
All parts before receiving any type of coating need to undergo preparation process. This involves edge banding as well as preparation sanding. We have latest in Technology Wide belt sander which allows us to calibrate and finish sand all parts before applying primers or clear lacquers. Calibration of parts eliminates any surface imperfections. After priming or base lacquering all parts are being sanded again to receive final coats of spray paint or clear lacquers. High gloss finish requires burnishing. This is quite a lengthy process but the results are the perfection of Mirror effect gloss.