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Master Airbrush Multi-purpose Professional Airbrushing System with 3 Airbrushes, 6' Air Hose & Airbrush Holder, Training Book
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- All-in-one Premium Kit, it has everything you need to get started.
- Master Airbrush® Model G22 Airbrush Set
- Master Airbrush® Model G25 Airbrush Set
- Master Airbrush® Model E91 Airbrush Set
- Airbrush-Depot® Model TC-20 Maintenance Free Air Compressor
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Versatile system is ideal for multiple uses: hobbies, crafts, fine art, nail art, temporary tattoos, cake decorating, sunless tanning, cosmetics, auto, motorcycle graphics & more!
Complete System Includes:
- Master Airbrush Model G22 Airbrush Set
- Master performance multi-purpose high performance dual-action airbrush with a 1/3 oz. Gravity fluid cup and a 0.3mm needle & nozzle that allows you to spray from hairline up to 1-1/2" wide patterns.
- Master Airbrush Model G25 Airbrush Set
- Master performance multi-purpose precision dual-action gravity feed airbrush with a 1/16 oz. Gravity fluid cup and a 0.2 mm needle & nozzle that allows you to spray from hairline up to 1" wide patterns.
- Master Airbrush Model E91 Airbrush Set
- Single-action external mix siphon feed airbrush set with a 0.8mm tip, 2 - 3/4 oz. siphon bottles and has an 1/8" air inlet (airbrush can be used with a compressor or with the included hose & adaptor for a propellant can)
- Master Airbrush Air Compressor Model TC-20
- Professional high performance single-piston airbrush air compressor with air pressure regulator with gauge & water trap filter.
- 6 Foot Braided Air Hose with 1/8" Fittings
- Compressor mounted airbrush holder that holds 2 airbrushes
- How-To-Airbrush Manual & Guide Booklet by Master Airbrush
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To start, the compressor works fine for painting plastic models. As long as you make sure to properly thin your paint (something I had to learn the hard way) they all work pretty well.
Adjusting the pressure is possible, but just note that the regulator on the compressor seems to be pretty cheap and it's really not great at setting and holding a specific pressure. I've found that adjusting it and doing a couple test sprays with the brush has been the best way to get the exact pressure I want. Also, the instructions on setting the pressure weren't great, but it's really pretty easy to figure out.
As far as the three brushes go, I started out using the single-action E91 siphon fed brush (the black colored brush). Granted, I was a complete beginner, so it was fairly difficult for me to get good results initially, and I got pretty frustrated. So, I decided to try learning how to use one of the double-action brushes (started with the G22) and boy was I glad I did. The E-91 is certainly simpler to use since it's only a single action brush, but if you're new at this, take the time to learn how to use a double-action brush - I promise you'll never want to use the E91 ever again!
The G22 brush is a great all-around brush. The paint cup holds enough paint to use it for a relatively larger application of a single color of paint, but it also has enough detail control to do some fairly nice detail work. It covers a lot of ground and has become my work-horse airbrush because of it's overall versatility.
The G25 is great for doing fine detail work. You can get a much finer line with the G25 than you can with either the E91 or G22. Keep in mind that the paint cup on the G25 is small, so you're probably never going to want to use it for large paint coverage applications. And there's no cap on the paint cup, so you have to be somewhat careful.
For the money, if you can find a kit that just offers the G22 and the compressor, that would be a great starter kit. You can get enough detail with the G22 as well as use it for broader coverage, that it is a great middle-of the road brush.
If I were to give ratings for each brush, I'd give the E91 two stars, the G22 five stars, and the G25 four stars.
The only minor issues I ran into were that the G25 didn't function properly out of the box and required some adjustments to the needle and needle stroke limiter. Unfortunately the instructions that were included didn't do much to help me figure out the problem, but a quick search on YouTube did the trick and I found several tutorials on how to fix it - now it works perfectly!
Another note is that after 30 minutes to an hour of continuous use the compressor got really warm but nothing to worry about.
I was very iffy about buying this product and read through so many reviews on here. In the end I'm very happy with this product and I recommend it to anyone interesting in airbrushing. Great investment. At my local hobby lobby it's soooo expensive for each part ( brush gun, compressed, etc...) so this product is a great deal!
Then came the air brushes, two siphon double action, and one single action, gravity fed brush. I have used two of the three (both double action), and they have worked wonderfully, I have not even broken out my top of the line brush yet, since I have a lot of catching up to do. As a training set, you can't go wrong with this. The brushes are sturdy, with extra needles and nozzle tips, that allow for a range of widths you can spray. They have been easy to break down and clean, and all the parts are chrome, so it is easy to see when they are clean, and when you need to get in there with a fresh cotton tip, one more time.
The only con, if there was one, is you need good eyes, and nimble fingers, when cleaning the brushes, the parts are small, and easy to lose, especially the O ring what goes between the nozzle and the brush. Don't lose that, it makes a huge difference in the spray pattern, and whether or not you get fouling in the nozzle.
Beyond that, the only other concern I have, is the condenser, you can see the build up of water vapor, and the only way to clear it, is while the compressor is still under pressure. You push the bottom valve, to release the air, and hopefully blow out as much water as you can, but it is not very effective. You might have to turn the compressor on again, creating more water, just to try to clear the water again. I have found that, when I am finished using the brushes, I turn the pressure up to 80-100 psi, shut the compressor off, and slowly bleeds off the air, allowing more to condense, and drip to the bottom of the condenser. I has been the most effective way.
Lastly, the compressor gets hot, and does like to hum around on the floor. I would be very cautious of placing it on any raised surface, it might run over the edge, before you realize it is moving.