Adding one to my wish list. Just curious which micron is best? I like gravity feed so looking at the cm-c plus.
I went with the SB because 1. I have MAC valves on all my hoses so I do not need that and 2. with a side feed, you can run multiple colours at the same time without having to empty the cup after each colour.
I own the CM-C+ I love it . But I also bought the .18 set up to go along with it.
I am not big on bottom feed and side feed mainly due to they get in my way. But that just me.
But honestly after seeing the Lion with skull in it's mouth Josh did for me with his Krome. I too am buying a Krome.
So After I get it I too will offer my opinion between the two .
I don't know.. Never tried anything but a gravity feed. The guy at hobby lobby when I was buying my airbrush was trying to talk me into the bottom feed iwata that they use a lot on t-shirts.. I just like the way the gravity feed looks mostly. And the less pressure thing. Could be cool to be able to switch cups though.
will be interested to see that tbh lee, im probably gonna get a krome and a sotar in septemberI can vouch for the Side feed Micron, it's a great bit of kit. I'm saving for one right now and will get the side feed.
The bottom feed / bottle airbrushes are usually suited to T-shirt or high volume painters. Personally Ive never had the need for one even when doing a T-shirt, but its your choice as to what you buy.
I can't comment much on the krome, but all I see on here is great work done with it so it's a capable brush and will be a good addition to your airbrush arsenal. ( especially for a few of the "COLLECTORS" on here range: ) I have only just brought my first Badger product, its the Sotar 20/20 and I haven't used it yet, when the quick release adapter arrives I will give it a go, might even do a review of the performance and stuff.
Thanks ferret. I am learning a lot from airbrush tv. I just wish I could save the video somehow!