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April 6, 2007
May 29, 2005
This was the response I received from Badger:
Many a chocolatier are using Badger’s 100LG (gravity feed) airbrush for decorating their creations. A gravity feed airbrush allows you to spray close to your work at a lower pressure…providing a tight line control, as well as the versatility of a 2″ spray pattern.
I’d recommend Badger’s # 180-10 diaphragm compressor with the # 50-053 regulator, which will allow you to adjust the airflow to the desired pressure.
Please feel free to check out these and other popular Badger products on our website at http://www.badgerairbrush.com.
Thank you for your interest, and …
I would suggest looking for compressors at Michaels. They may have the above suggested model. I know that in my city the Michaels store carries it.
April 6, 2007
December 2, 2007
Does anybody use the Badger 100LG? It seems to be an internal mix head, and I wonder if it doesn’t get clogged when the chocolate cools?
I’m also checking Badger 350-4 (External mix), it seems to be more heavy duty/proffesional then the 250-4 the was recomended (and used) by some of the forum members, and this one has tips for Fine/Medium/Heavy spray. Can anybody comment and share experience?