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#420002 - 16th Jul 2010 7:39pm wanted : air compressor for modelling airbrush
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any one got one they do not use any more,but it only needs to be small,not one of the big massive things seen in garages.

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#420017 - 16th Jul 2010 8:49pm Re: wanted : air compressor for modelling airbrush [Re: phalinmegob]
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I can borrow you one if you like, I have a large one (ahem), and a small one for small stuff. You'll need to buy the air hose though (£5 new). Actually, it is quite noisey.
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#420025 - 16th Jul 2010 9:14pm Re: wanted : air compressor for modelling airbrush [Re: DavidB]
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i have a 24ltr clarke one, motors been rebuilt recently by me as it was seized. slightly noisey and likes to move! make me an offer!

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#420179 - 17th Jul 2010 6:11pm Re: wanted : air compressor for modelling airbrush [Re: chris_gilly]
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thanks mate but even that sounds too big for my needs,think after a quick look on e-bay that what i am after is a bit of a specialist item,i was thinking a smallish tabletop compressor as it wil be used in the house.how big is a 24 litre compressor?

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#420202 - 17th Jul 2010 7:38pm Re: wanted : air compressor for modelling airbrush [Re: phalinmegob]
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Airbrushes can also be used off compressed air canisters for mobility. Try the model/hobby shops.
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#420203 - 17th Jul 2010 7:56pm Re: wanted : air compressor for modelling airbrush [Re: phalinmegob]
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Originally Posted By: phalinmegob
thanks mate but even that sounds too big for my needs,think after a quick look on e-bay that what i am after is a bit of a specialist item,i was thinking a smallish tabletop compressor as it wil be used in the house.how big is a 24 litre compressor?


fairly big bud, defo too big!

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#420205 - 17th Jul 2010 8:02pm Re: wanted : air compressor for modelling airbrush [Re: hoseman]
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got one of those cannisters with the air brush,guy in shop reckons it will last about 25 minutes,which is why i was thinking of a compressor...anyone ever tried using one of those compressors that you can use in your car for pumping up tyres,think they are also power station things,that is the sort of size i am looking for

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#420219 - 18th Jul 2010 12:19am Re: wanted : air compressor for modelling airbrush [Re: phalinmegob]
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Why don't you get a tyre adaptor, you just pump up a car wheel/tyre and it lasts for ages.
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