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  1. Paul Budzik

    Latest video in my Airbrush Series ...

    Crashcup ... you will find some information about air pressure here ...hopefully it will help your understanding ... Paul
  2. Double Action Airbrushes https://youtu.be/mh4AbXuhXYI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mh4AbXuhXYI Paul
  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Af6_7S--NUc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGZcVxtX8u4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXOsZVbclPI Paul
  4. Paul Budzik

    Single Action Airbrushes

    Here is the latest in the new Airbrushing Series ... Paul
  5. Paul Budzik

    Building the Revell - Monogram A-26 Invader

    Latest video in the series ... Paul
  6. Paul Budzik

    Latest Airbrushing videos from my new channel

    Since I don't see an edit button, this replaces the Mini Spray Gun video above ...
  7. Paul Budzik

    Building the Revell - Monogram A-26 Invader

    The second installment is up ... Paul
  8. First in a series on Building the Revell - Monogram A-26 Invader ... This is the first video on mt new channel "Scale Model Workshop" that will be replacing my other channels .. Paul
  9. Paul Budzik

    Airbrush question

    The OP was asking about the Revolution CR which has (at least according to the literature) a .5mm nozzle and needle and comparing it to the Eclipse. The only way he will have that size nozzle with an Eclipse is either buy the BCS (bottle feed) or the CS and a conversion kit. As far as the TH ... I have had that airbrush for many years and I think I am as familiar with it as any one ... While in round pattern form, it is marginally larger than an Eclipse CS with a conversion (I know because I use them both) and with the fan pattern ... it is a poor performer when compared to the Eclipse G6 (or any other proper fan pattern that is adjustable) ... which I'd be willing to bet ... you've never used. I may have misunderstood the OP, but it seemed to me he was looking for a pattern significantly larger than the Revolution that he is currently using. If you are unfamiliar with, or have limited exposure to, quality miniature spray guns, you might want to review my videos. Paul
  10. Paul Budzik

    Airbrush question

    If you look at the parts breakdown of each brush (you can find them on the Iwata site) you will see that the heads are entirely different. The Eclipse is a much easier-to-service head design ... and it is really designed to work with the paints we use ... however if you are looking for a larger spray pattern , you're not going to see a huge amount of difference. If that is what you're looking for, then you would be better off with the Iwata RG-3 or Eclipse G-6 ... Look here ... http://paulbudzik.com/miniature-spray-guns/miniature-spray-guns-pg-3.html
  11. Paul Budzik

    Airbrush Nozzle Cleaning Question

    Endodontic paper points are ideal for this ... shown here at 10:50 Paul
  12. Paul Budzik

    Why isn't my solder sticking?

    This might help ...
  13. the Iwata mini spray guns that would be applicable to modeling. There is a short video review/description of ech one. http://paulbudzik.com/miniature-spray-guns/miniature-spray-guns-pg-3.html Paul