air eraser--paasche vs badger

any one do comparisons of these?--i am usign the paasche and would like to know about the badger--great if someone actually used both--any
comments appreciated thanks
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The types of use will influence choice. Light protein, erasing abrasives use lower pressures, while fast cutting, etching types require higher pressures that are not usually available from hobby compressors.
Having sold airbrushes since 1969 and used a Paasche Air Eraser since 1971, I rate it best. Others do not have as fine a spray pattern. Steel nozzles are quickly eroded by sharp compounds, while the carboloy tip lasts very well. Siphon feed does not work well with heavier abrasives.
For a discussion of sprayers, booths, air supplies and accessories see first site below.
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