Mr Hobby Procon boy 0:5 vs Iwata th1 or th2 airbrush.

john i am

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Hi guys n gals I'm considering a new airbrush for larger surface areas the three above being the main contenders at the moment. All come with a trigger grip which for now is my weapon of choice. All these come with the "fan" attachment I was wondering if any of you have already used any of these or something similar and could give any feedback good or bad to help me make a final decision. All input would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you all John
 

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hi,John,real for me,if I,could find a 1mm or 2mm needle,AB,cheap,for just doing priming /under coating,
I would get it with all,the head ache's,with,vallejo,at the moment,:confused:;)
maybe a lot will not agree with me,but to take all the drama out of it yes,:D
its meant to be some think we do for fun,enjoyment,not getting,p----ed with the,
AB,that wont,spray,:smiling3:
 

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Hi John I've never used any of those airbrushes but I have used a devillbiss gti micro at work good bit of kit. The fan changes the spray pattern by altering the flow of air into the air cap. Takes a lot of practice to get it right but worth it.
 
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