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  1. Seeing as I hold some responsibility as the initiator of this post then I shall stick in my two penn`orth ! I have since bought a bargain price compressor of type AS18-2 from a well known German discount retailer , but , due to work commitments I have not had opportunity to use it and I believe I will need to source and purchase some conversion adapters before I can , incidentally the price was £44.99 for compressor and airbrush and a quick glance at their website and the product is no longer lister , so maybe I did buy just at the right time. In true `Blue Peter` style , here is one that I
  2. I discovered this , which seems a real bargain at £44.99 , featuring said compressor and basic `cheap` airbrush which I guess would be ok for basic spraying but not more intricate spraying , ie thin lines ? It looks like it is the AS18-2 ! https://www.aldi.co.uk/workzone-airbrush-compressor/p/083261211637200?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIu_vp8_2e3QIVS7TtCh2kdAfSEAQYAiABEgLTqPD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CLqAo_j9nt0CFU4W0wode10I2A Comments welcome ?
  3. Brilliant advice , thanks very much for responses I have been looking at the reviews for the BA1000 compressor and they do appear to be of great quality , I would assume them to be of better build quality then the `cheaper` AS18-2 which I guess are manufactured in China .
  4. I am keen to purchase a compressor for airbrushing , the models I am interested in are the AS18-2 (without tank) and AS182 (with tank) , these models appear to be readily available for purchase on the internet and if required can be bought as a package with a pair of airbrushes. I am no stranger to airbrushing , having previously worked with a Badger (single action) airbrush with can of compressed air , I know this is not an ideal arrangement but I am purely `N` Gauge and have sprayed and weathered locomotives and stock etc with pleasing results using just this `basic` set up , I did tend to
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