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Master Airbrush MAS KIT-VC16-B22 Portable Mini Airbrush Air Compressor Kit
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- Master Performance Multi-Purpose Precision Dual-Action Gravity Feed Airbrush with a 0.3 mm Needle/Nozzle and a 1/3 oz. Gravity Fluid Cup
- Master Airbrush Model C16 Black Mini Air Compressor
- 6 Foot Braided Airbrush Air Hose
- Compressor provides "Air-On-Demand" It automatically shuts off when not is use
- Air Pressure: Maximum 25 PSI; Auto Stop at 25 PSI; Auto Start at 15 PSI
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I'm big on the bad before the good, so negative points:
-There's no real guide to disassemble and clean, nor does it include any kind of cleaning or upkeep info in the guide
-There's no travel adjust on the outside of the brush; you have to unscrew the back part and adjust a little stopper screw on the guide rod
-The compressor doesn't really give a good indicator of psi - you kinda have to adjust by eyeballing the spray, which isn't really great if you care about psi
-No quick-disconnect, gotta unscrew the brush from the line (not huge, but still)
The positive notes:
-Easy to clean! You can soak this bad boy in 91% isopropyl alcohol and with a little bit of toothbrushing or even just a Q-tip, used paint comes off of everything. Pull back the needle, swirl an isopropyl-soaked Q-tip inside the nozzle, and it's ready to go.
-Stable and usable even down to about 25 degrees ambient temperature
-Smooth double action gives visible differences in paint injected into the spray
This may not be the last airbrush you'll ever buy, but you could do a LOT worse - and pay a LOT more - for your first.
The compressor is small and works fine for low to medium pressure applications. It is narrow and tippy so be careful. To remedy this I made a stand with scrap plywood and small blocks like book-ends. You might also find a safe place for it in you make-up case or tool tray. There is a spot on the compressor to set the airbrush stand although I would not recommend this. Safer to set your stand remotely.
I do own few high end model airbrush, my ‘go to’ being Grex, and compare to that this Master airbrush feels really cheap, and made me appreciate few things on Grex and Sotar.
Build quality is okay. Outside is smooth but other important places like inside a cup is rough. This made cleaning really difficult and later I ended up using sonic cleaner for final cleaning after each session. It doesn’t show much on picture, there are other places where this airbrush cheaps out. However, this does not affect the actual airbrushing part.
Airbrushing is nice and smooth, for most part. The problem came from the compressor. At high pressure, the lines come out in pulsing manner. I am assuming this is because the compressor doesn’t have air chamber. At low pressure it worked okay, but with trigger being numb, it was hard to get consistent small line. The compressor doesn’t have Air pressure gauge, but does have an adjuster knob so you just have to use ‘feel’ to get the correct pressure.
Another problem came up when using the airbrush for long period of time. My airbrush began spitting. The problem was caused by lack of water trap.
I have tried this on my bigger compressor with pressure adjuster and water trap and I had no problems. While I might take a lot of stars for this, considering this is supposed to be mobile, small, compact, cheap airbrush… I can’t.
Like other airbrushes out there this one is finicky about the paint. Tamiya sprays wonderfully and had no problems. I tried Vallejo air and its primer and had a lot of problems with it. Vallejo paints would be trapped and harden inside the nozzle cap, completely blocking the airbrush. I tried thinning it and retarding it but it did not help. I only use acrylic since I spray indoors using Master spray booth, So I cannot say anything about other Enamel, or Lacquer.
I added a photo of an HG Jegan that I had finished using this airbrush, The photo shows all the paints and tool I used. It might not show, but this airbrush allowed me to use bit more advanced technique such as pre shading and post shading.
If you want to start airbrushing I would recommend this product. This will teach you basics of airbrush, including cleaning, maintaining, diagnostic a problem and such. (I had to tighten needle seal out of the box) And if it breaks, you can ‘upgrade’ to better one. Still if your money allows, spend a little more and get the one with bigger compressor.
-Inexpensive to get started
-Comes with everything you need except paint and thinner
-Plenty of pressure for painting a model
-Easy to learn to use
-Doesn't feel cheap
-The compressor housing is a cheap plastic.
-The air output is on top, causing it to want to tip over sometimes. Just watch your hose.
Just read the instructions and make sure to clean it.
I did not request a refund since I took so long to get around to trying it out.