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Then If anyone decides to get any of the models with more adjustments, first get the 40% discount coupon off of the internet for Hobby Lobby for they carry two or three good models... and this coupon can be used anytime.

Oh and by the way,  a person will need a regulator on the compressor line . Depending on the fluid, I use anywhere from 10 to 25 lbs. of regulated air.

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I have that one dedicated to spraying dye. Works well but like DAB said make a well so you can sit it down safely.I mounted a block with 2 sizes of hole on the side of my finishing table. Also put a hook on it to wrap the hose , with the regulator also mounted to the side of the table

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On 2/7/2018 at 2:58 PM, Gerald said:

I have that one dedicated to spraying dye. Works well but like DAB said make a well so you can sit it down safely.I mounted a block with 2 sizes of hole on the side of my finishing table. Also put a hook on it to wrap the hose , with the regulator also mounted to the side of the table

what types of dye do you use? type and names?

 

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@Gerald...those tulips are really cool...sometime in your spare time;), a thread on "here's how I dunnit" would be humbly appreciated. :)

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This is more of what I was looking for on airbrush and dye, but was not on the phone.5a80a1de2ef86_VASEcoverlight.JPG.c38e7e85fe1398e2ae81b322f2cdab41.JPG

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On 2/9/2018 at 9:07 PM, DRAGON1 said:

what types of dye do you use? type and names?

 

I missed your question. The stain (dye) on these pieces is Chestnut Stains: yellow, royal blue, red. I got some Chromacraft dyes branded Nick Agar at TAW last month in Magenta, Teal and Violet so I would not have to mix colors to get something else. Thde Chestnut stains colors cover the basic colors so I can mix for most colors. Have been using a color wheel I printed of he internet but just ordered one on Amazon and it is pretty cool. All of these are alcohol base as it is easier to use and only causes a problem if finish is shellac. Oh by the way the Chestnut stains actually have shellac in them.

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Gerald, you mean you made those tulips??????    WOW what you guys do on those lathes.

I have never used an air brush, what kind of compressor is required? will the regular shop compressor work ?

Herb

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7 hours ago, Dadio said:

will the regular shop compressor work ?

A shop compressor will work but I'd add an additional regulator and a moisture separator 

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On 2/18/2018 at 9:52 PM, Gerald said:

I missed your question. The stain (dye) on these pieces is Chestnut Stains: yellow, royal blue, red. I got some Chromacraft dyes branded Nick Agar at TAW last month in Magenta, Teal and Violet so I would not have to mix colors to get something else. Thde Chestnut stains colors cover the basic colors so I can mix for most colors. Have been using a color wheel I printed of he internet but just ordered one on Amazon and it is pretty cool. All of these are alcohol base as it is easier to use and only causes a problem if finish is shellac. Oh by the way the Chestnut stains actually have shellac in them.

Thanks Gerald!!!

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