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Paasche VL Airbrush

Paasche VL Airbrush In this video we’ll cover taking the Passche VL double action airbrush apart and putting it back together. The VL is a great airbrush for airbrushing T Shirts or covering large areas on small objects quickly.       “A PTFE packing enables the VL to handle any water or solvent based paint. The roller in front of the trigger allows the VL to be used as a single action airbrush for those desiring simpler control. Clean up is as simple as spraying your paint cleaner though the airbrush and wiping of the needle. The VL can Read more

Grex Tritium TG Airbrush

Grex Tritium TG Airbrush Video In this video I will show you the Grex Tritium airbrush which has a pistol type trigger instead of the traditional style airbrush trigger. For me it took a bit of getting used to using this style trigger but once you get the hang of it the airbrush works nicely. Features: – Easy-to-use “pull” trigger controls both air and paint. – Cutting edge design for precise control of fine detailed work. – Internally mixed media for fine atomization. – Ergonomic pistol handgrip with a textured surface for a firm comfortable grip. – Patented Quick-Fit™ needle caps are Read more

Airbrushes

Airbrushes Airbrush tutorial covers basic airbrush information dealing with airbrushes made by the leading airbrush manufactures Badger, Paasche, Iwata, Grex, Harder Steenbeck and more. This is a very quick overview of the different types of airbrushes just to get you familiar with whats available, Don Johnson, airbrudshgallery.com. Airbrushes can be either internal or external mix, single action or double (dual) action. SOME AIRBRUSH DEFINITIONS EXTERNAL MIX – Combine air and paint after they exit the tip of the airbrush. Paint volume is controlled by a knob on the airbrush. INTERNAL MIX – Combine air and paint inside the airbrush (tip actually). ACTION – How the Read more

How A Double Action Airbrush Works

How A Double Action Airbrush Works How a double action airbrush works explains in easy to understand exactly ho easy it is to use a double action airbrush. With a double action airbrush you press gently down on the trigger for air and pul back on the trigger to start painting flowing. You always have the trigger fully depressed and adjust the amount of air flow or PSI via the compressor/regulator not by feathering the trigger. Pictured below Cody is gently pushing down on the trigger of the airbrush. At this point you should only have only air coming out Read more