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High kv settings are best for panels and flat shape metal pieces. A high kV setting can increase your transfer efficiency which means more powders are attached to the part, and also allow you to increase the distance between the gun and the part or use an extension tube. This can help you get very uniform coverage on flat surfaces. In some cases, excessively high kV settings can cause "orangle peel" or“back-ionization.”
Lower kV settings are suitable for Faraday cage areas, which means the more detailed and complex the part, the lower the kV setting, parts such as profiles, heat sinks, rims which have deep corners. What's more when working with some special material like metallic powders, it is also requires lower kv setting.