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Albertsdad

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  1. Albertsdad

    Any advice or thoughts on AS176 mini-compressor ?

    Don’t knowif this will help anyone. If, like me, you do the airbrushing away from the main living area: basement, maybe or (in my case) garage, consider going for a small workshop compressor. Mine is an oil lubed motor with a ten litre tank, pressure regulator, moisture trap. Fits under my bench okay and has a handle but it’s larger than you’d want on your bench. It’s also noisy, but not excessively, and only when it runs, which isn’t often. The good bits: It’s been reliable since 2010. It will give you way more pressure than you’ll ever need for airbrushing, so handy for other jobs too: blowing dust off, inflating tyres, bigger spray jobs. Even used it to drive airtools. Best bit is all this cost less than a hundred quid. That was brand new. You should get one now for around £125. Try toolstation or similar.
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