Title : Paasche TG-3F Double Action Gravity Feed Airbrush
ASIN : B002N0QA9A
Description : The Paasche TG-3F is a double action gravity feed airbrush. The airbrush features a chrome plated body and anodized aluminum handle for durability. Included with the airbrush are all three available spray heads, which allow the TG to be used for a wide range of airbrushing applications. Also included is our special fan aircap. The TG is our finest detail airbrush allowing the user to achieve hair line detail and using our fan aircap wider patterns up to 3-inch. A PTFE packing allows the TG to handle any water or solvent based paint. Clean up is as simple as spraying your paint cleaner though the airbrush and wiping of the needle. The TG is best used for those requiring high end detail. Applications including automotive graphics, models, taxidermy, cake decorating, tattoos, finger nails, graphic arts, illustration, etc. The TG airbrush is made and assembled in the US and includes the following. TG#2 double action airbrush with .4-ounce cup, size 1 and 3 spray heads, fan aircap, hanger, (2) wrenches, 6-foot braided hose, lessons booklet and manual.
- The TG is Paasche’s newest airbrush and delivers the finest detail of all our models
- Achieve patterns from a hair line to 1-1/4-inch
- The handle includes a needle stop to assist with consistent paint release
- Set includes all three head sizes and special fan aircap (.25mm, .38mm, .66mm)
- Made in the USA
Category: Airbrush Materials
Brand: Paasche Airbrush
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Rating : 3.9
Rating : 13
Review : Very good airbrush but not perfect
This is the first Paasche airbrush that I ever owned. The options in this set coupled with the low price was very attractive.
For the most part this airbrush is good but there are a few problems worth mentioning; also seeing that a reviewer had the same problems I had experienced also. Fist thing I noticed that the very thin .25 mm. needle was bent slightly at the tip (which is easy to do because it is so thin). I did not want to run bent it through the fluid nozzle and damage it also so I called Paasche and they immediately sent me a needle with no questions asked.
The second thing was that the .66 mm. fluid nozzle leaks fluid and bubbles back into the cup. To fix this problem you have to tighten it REALLY tight, but you can fix it by putting wax around the threading of the nozzle (I used some surfboard wax that I had). Also the fan air cap that goes with the .66 nozzle shoots a 2″ fan instead of an advertised 3″ fan.
For the low price and the options this set is…