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post #1 of 6
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I was thinking about getting an airbrush machine.  I don't have a clue what to purchase.  Anyone have any advice of what I should or should not buy?  

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post #2 of 6

Hi

 

I've been looking at Iwata which seem to be excellent. I currently have a set of 6 brushes which are low end, bought second hand, and work with a bottle of colouring underneath the gun. This isn't ideal.

 

When I save to get the Iwata ones I want (they're not cheap like mine!) I will definitely be getting the gravity fed ones as you can use a drop or two of colouring in the top, as opposed to having to fill a bottle up so that the syphon action works!

post #3 of 6
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Thank you Lizzybug78, I know nothing about them and have no clue what would be a good one.  I just think one would be nice to have sometimes.  

Some minds are like concrete
Thoroughly mixed up and permanently set.
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Some minds are like concrete
Thoroughly mixed up and permanently set.
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post #4 of 6

I bought the Dinkydoodle one which I love and can not praise enough.

 

Here is a cake I recently did with it. Cake and board were white before I started.

 

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I'm not sure how to post photos so hope this comes through.

post #5 of 6
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Thank you Claire 138, I'll have to check that one out also.  Just afraid I'm going to make the wrong choice.  I guess I want know until I try one.  Live and learn.   :)

 

 

Some minds are like concrete
Thoroughly mixed up and permanently set.
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Some minds are like concrete
Thoroughly mixed up and permanently set.
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post #6 of 6
I purchased one on Amazon. It was on the lower end price wise, but it has turned out to be a really good machine. I just make sure to clean it really well after every use. I don't use too often but love it when I do. Glad I didn't invest too much $!
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