- Published on Saturday, 31 October 2009 17:26 James Hatch
Paint was sprayed at 15PSI for general spraying, and at around 20PSI for finer spraying. The HP-CH is a fine performer with a little extra thinner at higher pressure, as shown by Lifecolor. As stated previously, Gunze sprayed fine at 50:50, but a little extra thinner would have done no harm. The addition of the MAC valve made for
Both the feel of this airbrush, together with its weight gives it a positive feel. The addition of the MAC valve and it's handy location are an absolute bonus to this model. Everything about this model is 'right', and having used the HP-C Plus for 2 years, moving to this brush isn't a hard task. The button mechanism is positive, and cleaning is easy as the needle is removed very, very simply. I intend to use this brush as the primary brush for my forthcoming Junkers Ju 88A-1 build, as I feel extremely confident in using it, with no problems. You will see the results within the Ju 88 Blog which is featured here.
Many thanks to The Airbrush Company for the sample HP-CH used within this review.
The HP-CH currently retails at £189.99 incl. VAT
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