Badger 350 Airbrush Review
It is my only braided hose pipe, therefore I have no idea if various other companies work exactly the same way.
One nice surprise, the wrench meets the needle and hose where it links to the airbrush. You need to be cautious if you lay the brush down whilst it's connected to the hose pipe. It's so light that the weight for the hose can pull it well the workbench. Really, I found the hose pipe become kind of rigid and clumsy with this light airbrush. I tried the less heavy plastic hose pipe therefore seemed a better match, although it could have even more force reduction. It's almost like airbrushing with a ball point pen.Here's a sample finished with black colored ink written down towel because of the method tip and needle. In my opinion, the H and 350 seem the same. And, i assume you might anticipate that since their fundamental design is really comparable. Air pressure was set-to 25 psi.
I tried the good needle and tip and, just like aided by the Paasche, I couldn't see any improvement. Indeed, atomization appears better with all the medium needle.
I'm not sure should this be a limitation regarding the outside combine design, or of my skill.
Since both organizations make a fine needle/tip, i need to believe it should change lives. But, i'm incapable of see it.
We sprayed some ModelMaster enamel on a plastic bottle utilizing the medium tip and needle. It proceeded very nice. I think I could even do a little freehand camouflage with this particular airbrush. The key is to precisely thin the paint, but that's true with any airbrush. Like the Paasche, it'll put out some paint if you need it. I don't see any importance of the fine or heavy needle/tip assemblies for either brush.
Neither airbrush offers exactly the same atomization or detail as an internal mix brush, but undoubtedly adequate for the majority of purposes.