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What is the best air brushing equipment for a home licensed cake decorator to purchase? I've seen too many cloging problems, but I can't afford to spend too much. Thanks. icon_smile.gif
post #2 of 7
I think with airbrush systems, as with a lot of things, you really get what you pay for. Airbrushes themselves are precision equipment.

The red model from Kopykake is an good entry model, but don't expect a lot.

I use an Itawa compressor and a Paasche airbrush. Whole setup was about $450, and that was 10 years ago. It was a gift from hubby. As I didn't plan on doing a lot of airbrushing, I asked for the KopyKake model . . .
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post #3 of 7
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Originally Posted by leah_s

I think with airbrush systems, as with a lot of things, you really get what you pay for. Airbrushes themselves are precision equipment.

The red model from Kopykake is an good entry model, but don't expect a lot.

I use an Itawa compressor and a Paasche airbrush. Whole setup was about $450, and that was 10 years ago. It was a gift from hubby. As I didn't plan on doing a lot of airbrushing, I asked for the KopyKake model . . .



Leah, would you be able to tell us the model of your Paasche airbrush? Do you need anything additional to attach it to the Red Kopykake compressor? Thanks.
post #4 of 7
I agree
with Leah! You get what you pay for. My Airmaster (the red one from kopykake) was destroyed a couple of years ago. I replaced it with a Grex system and I love it! The brush has a pistol grip which makes it easy to use. Expect to spend about $380-400 for airbrush and compressor. Grex has a website. Best price is at Chicago Airbrush online.
post #5 of 7
I absolutely do not attach my Paasche to the KopyKake compressor. ::shakes head::


I'll have to go downstairs to look at the model. But it's 10 years old for sure. So far, had one needle replace and one professional cleaning.
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post #6 of 7
The Paasche doesn't seem to have a model number on the box anywhere! It double action, internal mix.
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post #7 of 7
Thanks for looking Leah. The reason I asked about the Paasche using the Kopykake compressor is because of this youtube video. This cake artist uses that setup.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0hwTamjy1A&feature=plcp
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