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Master Airbrush Multi-purpose Gravity Feed Dual-action Airbrush Kit with 6 Foot Hose and a Powerful 1/5hp Single Piston Quiet Air Compressor
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Master Airbrush Compressor Features and Specifications:
Powerful 1/6 Horsepower Airbrush Compressor that's Light-Wieght Portable and Compact.
Features "Air-On-Demand" System that shuts off air when not in use.
Precise Air Adjustment Control from True Diaphragm Pressure Regulator with Gauge and Water Trap Filter that provides precise adjustment of airflow
Automatic On/Off Shutoff: Preset for automatic turn off when air pressure reaches 50 PSI. Preset for automatic turn on at 25 PSI. The reduced running time means there will less motor wear and less heat-related moisture enabling a longer compressor life.
Maintenance Free: Oil-less Piston Motor
Full 1 Year Warranty
Type: Single Cylinder Piston Compressor
Power: 1/6 Horse Power
Voltage: 110-120V / 60HZ
Air Control: Pressure Regulator with Gauge and Water Trap Filter.
Air Delivery: 23 Liters/Minute; 0.7 CFM @ 50 PSI
Working Pressure: 12-35 PSI
Auto Stop/Start: Stop at 57 PSI, Start at 27 PSI
Maximum Pressure: Factory Preset at 57 PSI
Connections: 1/8'' BSP
Dimensions: 6.0" H x 5.0" W x 9" L
Electric Cord: 6 foot
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As a newbie to this product and airbrushing in general, here is a little newbie guide I threw together:
The compressor: The first deal is that the regulator is not attached. My compressor came with Teflon tape (I'm not sure if yours will, I got mine used). You NEED to wrap the male part on the compressor in Teflon tape then screw on the regulator. This is done so that the none of the air leaks out. Once it is attached, you can hook up the braided hose. Here is the deal with the compressor: when it is turned on, it will not constantly run, it has an auto shut off once it has stored pressure. On top of this, your airbrush must be hooked up to the hose & compressor for the gauge to work. To adjust the pressure, you pull out the black knob on the regulator and then twist it left/right, it should have + and - symbols so you know which way to twist it. Note, the gauge will only read if you have the compressor running and the hose is hooked up to your airbrush! If your compressor has auto shut off and you need to adjust the pressure, just run some air through the airbrush so that it starts back up again. Also, keep in mind when you are airbrushing the compressor will turn itself on and off. THIS IS NORMAL AND A GOOD THING, don't let it alarm you. It means your regulator and compressor are working correctly!
The airbrush: as stated earlier, the airbrush must be hooked up to the compressor and the compressor must be running for it to work properly (this should be obvious, but I will state it anyway). There are two controls on the airbrush, and also some adjustments. The first control is pressing the trigger down, which will make air come out. Note, when it is pressed down there should be NO fluid coming out, just air. Once the trigger is pushed down, when you pull it back your liquid should come out stronger and stronger. If you cannot pull your trigger back far enough to let the liquid out, here is what might be wrong: On the very back of the airbrush (opposite of the front) is a little knob. If you loosen this knob, it will allow you to pull the trigger further and further back allowing you to release more and more liquid.
As I said earlier, I am nowhere near an expert or even an adept on air brushes. As my first air brush, for $80 (I got mine used from Amazon) this is WORTH EVERY PENNY. Airbrushes alone go for $100+, where this is an airbrush AND a compressor AND a regulator (yes, some airbrush/compressor kits don't come with regulators)! As for quality, I honestly don't know how good the airbrush is, but I used it to write my name and paint some model kits, and the paint (water based acrylic thinned with Windex) came out evenly with no splattering. Also, the included booklet is a joke. It is about 5 pages front and back, and basically explains how to clean your airbrush and tells you to practice painting lines, dagger strokes, and dots. The important thing is that it explains how to clean your airbrush. It is EXTREMELY important to keep your airbrush cleaned if you want it to last you forever. The brush gets gunked up with paint quick, so it is important to keep it clean. Just keep in mind that when you purchase this you will have to keep it maintained. It is not too hard to clean, you just need to run some cleaner through it and unscrew some small parts.
Conclusion: If you are looking for a airbrush for painting anything, this is worth it. I personally use it for painting model kits but you can use it for everything else!
For the price it is, you want this. I've lost the cap, bent the needle, and it still works amazingly. The paint sometimes clogs but that's my error from my paint and thinner.
I use acrylic and lacquer paint and thinner for my brush. (I hobby build and paint).
The compressor is quiet and doesn't have an a nonstop noise. Meaning... once the compressor reaches air capacity, it'll stop making noise and idle (not off). Which is great cause it's virtually silent. Once you used up the air it'll just start up again. This is nice because it doesn't just sit there and make loud noises and will not affect your airbrush work in anyway.
Maintenence can't be easier
[...]This link shows you how to assemble/and clean your brush and it can't be anymore straight forward.
I'm pretty sure the negative reviews is either because some reviewers DO NOT know how to operate their kit AND/OR don't understand what exactly their spraying. Or they received a bad defective order from the factory (which is common for anything).
I did the classic startup with some paper, primer and flow improver and got the feel for how I should hold it and control the flow of air and paint.
I was really happy with how everything has turned out and I have not had any issues with the this set so far and actually do not think I will be trying to upgrade in the near future as this has been solid for me so far.