Question about Airbrush-Depot Master Airbrush Model G23 Airbrushing System With Tc-848 Four-cylinder Piston Air Compressor With Tank
There are a lot of variables while airbrushing. If you are having trouble with a new airbrush(or one that isn't hugely gunked up) you likely need to do 1 or both of the following to get it to spray the paint:
1) Thin your paint, use the correct medium based on the paint type. Water can be used to thin water-based paints but too much will result in a bad coat and finish. You are looking for a milk-slightly thicker than milker consistency.
2) Crank up the air through the airbrush. Assuming you have a regulator you may need to turn the pressure up to get thicker paints to spray. If you are using a siphon feed you may need a couple extra PSI to recoup for what you are losing from the syphon. Make sure to check the max pressure your airbrush can handle before cranking it too high(most can handle at least 30 PSI).
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 26, 2013
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