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Speed Master Professional Paint Thickness Gauge

The perfect paint gauge for your next detailing project!

Before you get too deep into the paint correction process (polishing and compounding), you need to get an accurate reading of your paint and clear coat's thickness. In order to give you the perfect tool to do so, Speed Master teamed up with NexPTG to create The Speed Master Professional Paint Thickness Gauge. The Speed Master Professional Paint Thickness Gauge works on all painted surfaces, with a moveable head that allows for precise movements, down to the curvatures. Speed Master Professional Paint Thickness Gauge works to complete ten measurements per second on coatings on steel, galvanized steel and aluminum.

But what is the point of a paint thickness gauge? Paint thickness gauges are designed to measure how much clear coat there is to work with before completely destroying by burning through it. This is very important because when you are abrading down the surface with a polish, you want to make sure the paint isn’t too thin to the point where it burns through and ruins your paint entirely. Not only that, but paint thickness gauges will also help to make sure you have abraded the surface evenly.

With a range of measurements from 0-2500 nanomicrons, there isn't a coating that the Speed Master Professional Paint Thickness Gauge won't catch, with it being accurate within one nanomicrons. And thanks to its movable head, it can read all types of concave and convex surfaces with ease. And with a 100 hour battery life, you can check your paint thickness as often as you like without having to worry about running out of battery life and having to recharge.

Best of all the Speed Master Professional Paint Thickness Gauge connects wirelessly to your Bluetooth device, which allows you to analyze your readings and even lets you save and export the readings per body panel, creating detailing reports of your paints thickness so that you can monitor it each time. Speed Master Professional Paint Thickness Gauge will recognize and test lacquer coatings on steel, galvanized steel and aluminum.

Speed Master Professional Paint Thickness Gauge

Our Price: $289.99
Item ID: DSM-PRO-G505
Availability: Usually ships the same business day
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Lakewood, CA
Great Product, lacking app capabilities...
Waiting to hear back from NexDiag, but currently in NexPTG app there is no way I see to add readings for additional "Point Sets" and also no way to take readings on "Measurement Points" with default picture settings... In short you can add additional points of reference on the pictures, but no way to put readings for them... I'm sure in time they will add little things like selecting the body panel you want to go to in the app, instead of scrolling(pressing the arrow) to get to say the hatchback, or currently only the trunk...

I like the ability to take a picture of the location and have imposed reading stats is nice!
Likewise is the report and calculations comparing left/right body panels and their measurements/differences.
I look forward in having this device assist me in knowing how much paint can be removed, but since it doesn't read plastic panels, you can't get a reading on those...

Yes, you read that correctly, pic, 81.50mil body filler. See B4, during, after pics
ProsCost metal (including aluminum) reports (w/ calculated differences)
ConsOnly metal, no plastic panels (bumpers) limitations (scrolling to body panel) and need to update variations in body style in app (NexPTG/Android) Can add reference points, but not take readings (waiting on NexDiag to reply)