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A number of years ago, Wood Magazine did a review of a number of HVLP turbine systems. Based upon their "Top Tool" criteria they chose the Turbinaire system and I bought one. I have only used it once, to paint water born paint and water born poly on poplar for a dressing, make up desk for my daughter. 


I'm currently in the process of building kitchen cabinets for my sister condo in Dillon Colorado. I am thinking ahead and think of using the HVLP to apply the stain and poly. But I think Turbinaire went bankrupt (anyone know more about this) and wonder where to get parts for my gun if I don't have the right parts for particular finishes. 


Any body know if you can still get Turbinaire parts? 


Best regards 



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