New Airbrush

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  1. serratia

    serratia New Member

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    Hi Guys,

    Long time reader, first time poster.

    I've recently returned to model building, and have been using a paasche suction feeder.

    I'm looking to move to a gravity feed, as I'm not happy with the fine detail and post shading ease the paasche is providing me.

    Can I get an opinion on a good brush. I was looking at :

    Azt-7778/Azt-470 or Iwata HP CP(0.3mm)

    Any thoughts? Most reviews I read seem to point back to these AB's.

    Any feedback appreciated.
     
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    Greetings Serratia and welcome to the family! I have the Iwata HP/CS and I love it, works like a dream with the Vallejo Air acrylic paints that I'm using! Unfortunately I can't comment on the Azt-7778/Azt-470, maybe someone else can....guys?
     
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    I use Iwata copy with 0.2mm nozzle.I like it very much.With Azt-7778/Azt-470 I cannot help.:(
     
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    Iv'e been using an Aztek 430 for years and never had a problem yet, similar to the 470....some love 'em some hate 'em....

    hard choice you got mate, so I suggest some internet surfing....oh, and welcome!:D
     
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