Help me choose a quality airbrush and compressor on a budget
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Posted 20 February 2008 - 05:15 PM
I am selling a Pasche VL and compressor for $130. It comes with about 15-20 paints. The airbrush has been used about 10-times and has 3-different needles. I just don't have the time and it is addictive has hell. The compressor is a powermate.
Posted 22 February 2008 - 09:07 PM
I currently use a Pasche single stage to paint my muskies baits (tips 1, 3, 5). I am looking at getting a two-stage for more detail. My question is will the Iwata eclipse be OK for using metallic acrylic enamels (car paint)? I already have a good supply of these and prefer not to abandon them for painting lures; at least not at this point. I will be near a Hobby Lobby on Monday, so a quick answer would be appreciated. Also, if an Iwata would work, what model would be best? I would like a brush to paint gill, fin and narrow barred pattern on my baits.
JDW in MN.
Posted 24 February 2008 - 12:04 PM
Thanks for the information bensford66.
I will check it out!
Posted 24 February 2008 - 07:46 PM
does anyone know anything about the badger 360. just looking for basic info and if it will suffice out of the box with various mediums. Also I was looking at the badger garage sale page and was curious if the 155 on the garage sale page is the 155 "Anthem" as listed on the airbrush section. Anyone know how user friendly this one is as well?
good lookin out on that page.
Posted 10 September 2011 - 05:40 AM
Airbrush compressor is best for painting applications. There are some considerations to make. No matter where you bought it because it can be in your local store or online all the time you have what you really need for your own air brushing. All you need is the team that will work well with you in the activities of his painting. First, you might consider the capacity of the compressor, air brush. With higher capacity, we are able to meet their needs with airbrush and regulate the flow of blood pressure.