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Sharpe Finex FX1000 Mini HVLP Paint Gun

Sharpe Finex FX1000 Mini HVLP Paint Gun

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Sharpe Finex FX1000 Mini HVLP Paint Gun


The Sharpe Finex FX1000 Mini HVLP Paint Gun is perfect for providing impeccable touch-ups. The mini paint gun belongs to a new generation of guns that provides maximum performance with a smaller size.

The new line of paint guns is designed to reduce the strain on your hands while maintaining the overall job quality. This special design comes with 29% fewer parts than older models, has precision lids, repair kits, and a minimal trigger pull compared to other guns available in the market.

With a two-finger pull, the minigun gives you access to tough-to-reach spots like door jambs; it also causes less fatigue, allowing you to complete thorough touch-up projects. Do not be fooled by the size of this mini gun, as this little gun packs quite a powerful punch.

Features of the Sharpe Finex FX1000 Mini HVLP Paint Gun

  • Large pattern size of up to 9"
  • Comes with a 125cc cup, wrench, and cleaning brush
  • Two-finger trigger that reduces stress
  • Has multiple nozzle options ranging from 0.6 to 1.4 for spraying primer, base, and clear coats
  • Comes with one year warranty

Technical Specs of the Sharpe Finex FX1000 Mini HVLP Paint Gun:

  • Fluid Tips: 1.0 mm, 1.4 mm
  • Air Consumption: 7.0 SCFM
  • Maximum inlet HVLP psi: 29 (2.0 bar, 200 kPa)
  • Dry Weight Without Cup: 322 g
  • Air Inlet npsm: 1/4 in
  • Finish: Black Nickel
  • Cup Size: 125 cc


  • 1 mm: Light industrial, hobby, spot repair, base coat, clear coat
  • 1.4 mm: Base coat, clear coat single stages, sealers, low solid clear, clear coat
  • 0.6 mm: Light industrial, hobby, spot repair, base coat, clear coat
  • 0.8 mm: Light industrial, hobby, spot repair, base coat, clear coat
  • 1.2 mm: Base coat, high solid, single stages, clear coat

For maximum efficiency, please flush the paint gun if any of the following conditions are met:

  • Before changing colors
  • Before the paint dries up inside the equipment
  • Every day
  • After your last project for the day
  • Before storing away for long periods
  • Before you repair the equipment

You must always use a solvent that suits the gun-wetted parts and the fluid that you will use to spray. Take a look at the Product Manual and Parts List Here.

Product SKU Price Order
1.0 Tip Size Paint Gun SHA-289200 Price: $132.99 
Product SKU Price Order
1.4 Tip Size Paint Gun SHA-289222 Price: $132.99 


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1. Anonymous User on 5/11/2013, said:

Not usually a fan of Sharp. All my guns are Iwata and Sata. However I must say besides the cup being a bit small. this little gun can spray. I will have to order the smaller tips for this too.. The true test on guns is TIME.. There is one plastic ring in the nozzle assembly. Havnt seen any more plastic. The less plastic the better the gun. Nothing to wear out or compensate for poorly machined parts. I have not taken apart yet but for the money. this is a great deal
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2. Anonymous User on 4/22/2013, said:

For the money this gun can't be beat. It has a excellent spray pattern. The only problem is the cup cap. Tell your engineers to make the cap about 1/8th in.larger in the top ring surface so it is easier to grab when you have gloves on. I have Sata spray guns also which cost 4 times the amount of your Sharpe and they have the same design flaw. The Sata cap is made of a better type plastic. Your plastic cap is made with a coating over it, probably for chemical resistance, and it starts peeling away at the vent hole area, and becomes a problem. I buy and stock new caps for my Sharpe guns and replace them regulary. Satas caps are made of a non-coated red plastic that hold up very well. I use and abuse your Sharpe guns every day in a commercial paint shop and they perform very well without problems. The first 2 mini guns I bought were your FX100's . The 1.0 nozzels were too small so I drilled them out to 1.4, appx 1/16th, reshaped the needle ends and added a 1/8th in. spacer in the fluid adjusting cap and these guns can now paint like you wouldn't believe ! I just saw that your new FX1000 was avaiable with the 1.4 nozzel and I ordered a couple of them. I hope they perform like my modified FX100's. I have been spray painting since 1965 and have used almost every gun made . My Binks 15 touch up gun that I bought in 1969 still sprays like new and has only had packing rebuilds. The HVLP guns took a bit of getting use to. After 30 something years using a gun with the cup on the bottom, it was hard to stop hitting myself in the mask with the HVLP cup on top ! Thank for taking the time to read my feed back. Best Regards, Sam Fonte,
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