|My shiny new toy. This is replacing my original airbrush.|
Must have parts. I'm sure there are airbrushers out there that would agree you don't want to have to stop airbrushing in the middle of a project because you lost or damaged the airbrushs nozzle or needle. There are some parts of an airbrush you don't need to use it. Such as needle cap or handle. Not having a needle cap will affect the paint coming out of the airbrush. It continues to work, just not able to make a large spray. Handle is just to cover the needle and needle choke.
Since I damaged the nozzle of my first airbush by dropping it on the floor, I thought it would be best to have a spare needle and nozzle should that happens again. Personally I'm hoping for one of those carry-a-gun-in-hopes-of-never-using-it situations regarding the extra needle and nozzle.
|Nozzle. Its screwed to a weight as to not lose it when taking it out of the packaging. The nozzle is a super small machined part. Easily lost and damaged.|
Here are some troubleshooting charts. No doubt you can find them online. This was actually quite useful the couple nights ago. Used without permission.
Here are some bling to spruce up my airbrush.
Those interested. Airbrush and parts were all purchased from Blick.