What Airbrush Compressor do you use?

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crawjaw

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What air compressor does my fellow airbrushing Lair buddies use and/or recommend?
I only want it for hobby use and don't intend spray painting garages and cars etc.!
 

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PREDATORWARRIOR

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What air compressor does my fellow airbrushing Lair buddies use and/or recommend?
I only want it for hobby use and don't intend spray painting garages and cars etc.!

any compressor will do. as long as you have a regulator that you can control for the air preasure that is the only main key. Then it comes down to personal prefference. how much you want to spend and what type you want to get loud/ quite etc. Me personaly just use a general garage compressor and bought all the extra fitings to do what I need to do as a illustrator/designer. hope this helps a little. :)
 

crawjaw

Sr Member
Cheers for that. I've ordered an airmaster (serious DIY) compressor with a 24 litre air tank, as the hobbyist mini compressor I tried was complete cack. Overkill probably but at least if I want to spray the fence or air cut sheet metal I have that facility. Price difference between the two compressors was only £15.
 

PREDATORWARRIOR

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Cheers for that. I've ordered an airmaster (serious DIY) compressor with a 24 litre air tank, as the hobbyist mini compressor I tried was complete cack. Overkill probably but at least if I want to spray the fence or air cut sheet metal I have that facility. Price difference between the two compressors was only £15.


Nice work mate ;) yeh its good to have a multiy purpose 1 you get the max out of it that way money well spent
 
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