How Airbrushes Work

by Steven Leahy

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'How Airbrushes Work' is a comprehensive look at airbrush use, maintenance and repair. The book begins with a brief look at airbrush history, then moves to a discussion of the various types of airbrush, gravity or siphon feed, and the advantages of each style.

Each airbrush is equipped with a range of adjustments and Steve explains each one. From needle seat tension to paint flow control, the individual adjustments are explained in detail, with specific reference to the different airbrush brands.

Too many first-time airbrush users have trouble because they don't know how to clean and maintain the airbrush. This new book from Wolfgang Publications explains how to disassemble and clean all the major brands of airbrush. Whether the airbrush is from Japan or Germany, the tools and techniques needed for complete disassembly and cleaning are listed in detail. Common repairs are covered as well.

Anyone who's ever wondered how to straighten a bent needle or clean a sticky air valve needs this book. Sealing threads and replacing worn needle seats are covered as well.

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  • Publisher: Wolfgang Publications
  • ISBN: 1929133715 (1-929-13371-5)
  • ISBN-13: 9781929133710 (978-1-929-13371-0)
  • Format: Softcover, 144 pages. Colour illustrations.
  • Date Published: 2009

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