Micro Airbrushes?

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Well, an Iwata Custom Micron goes for $373. Unfortunately, the finer the tip, the bigger the price because it requires engineering to smaller tolerances and custom tuning at the factory. I'd be surprised to find a GOOD micro airbrush that works well for anywhere near $100. By "micro" I mean tips smaller than .2mm.

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