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Airbrush Engineering

Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Cripplecreek, Sep 24, 2008.

  1. How hard do you think the engineering was on airbrushes? I'm asking because it seems like they did a great job designing those things to land straight on the needle every time you drop it. I don't make it a habbit dropping them, but I swear if I do I'm fixing/replacing a needle.
  2. Uncle Harley

    Uncle Harley New Member

    They do that on purpose so they can sell more parts ;D

  3. Studio106

    Studio106 New Member

    I feel your pain. I have dropped mine numberous times but have been lucky enough to have to have the nozzle cap on at the time. One of the guys that works with me dropped it while cleaning it and took out the fluid nozzle. That was $27 as opposed to $9 for the needle (which he had out at the time). That piece is the size of almost nothing, but sure is expensive and can't do crap without it.