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(Login dlesko250) Missing-Lynx members from IP address 18.104.22.168
Hi guys. Well, my Sotar 20/20 airbrush is kaput. I was unscrewing the nozzel assembly on it and the threads broke off inside the airbrush body. Not sure why but it was 12 years old. Time to get a new airbrush. I have an Iwata HP-SP side feed that needs a new nozzel that i plan on using for Future/Dull Cote applications. Now i need a new all around airbrush. I was looking at the Harder and Steenbeck line of airbrushes after doing some research. I had never heard of them before but they seem to get real good reviews and from what i hear are well made. Im torn between the Evolution 2 in 1 that is $200.00 and the Infinity 2 in 1 that is around $300.00. The evolution comes with a .2mm needle/nozzle set and a .4mm needle/nozzle set along with a 2ml and 5ml paint cup. The higher end Infinity comes with a .15 needle/nozzle set and a .4mm needle/nozzle set, it also has a knob that lets you abjust the trigger tension, a quick fix end piece that allows you to set the needle stop to allow for the same line over and over along with a 2ml and 5ml paint cup. My question is this: Do i really need the features of the top line airbrush? I plan on using this airbrush as my every day brush for armor modelling with the occassional aircraft or ship model. I want it to be able to spray everything from base coats to fine line camo and detail work. What is the general opinion on this manufacturer and these particular airbrushes? Thanks for any thoughts guys.