Single-action airbrushes from Badger that are cost effective yet are built with quality materials. They offer very reliable performance.
Jobs requiring a simple but effective spray are easily handled by the 250 Series Badger Airbushes. These models are basic enough for children to use with minimal supervision, yet efficient enough for adult applications. Inspections and testing insure the highest quality standards.
The 260® Hobby Abrasive Gun creates an endless variety of effects in glass etching, or cuts monograms in wood or metal. The 260® can also prep wood, plastic, and metal surfaces and curved, hard to reach areas for refinishing. Realistic weathering effects are easily achieved using this gun. The Model 260® will handle 220 grit, or finer abrasive materials.
The 260® is made of high-impact delrin and precision metal parts. The tip is hardened steel. Badger’s Aluminum Oxide Abrasive is specially ground to a 220 grit for use with the 260 Abrasive Gun. Available in 12oz. (340g) and 5lb. (2.27kg) jars.
The model 350 airbrush is excellent for spraying large areas. It would be a good beginning airbrush for art students, hobbyists, ceramists or anyone who will be spraying paints w/high viscosity. The Badger 350 airbrush will spray ceramic glazes, stains, enamels, properly reduced acrylics, inks, dyes, and acrylic laquers. The head assembly can be removed so one can install a different needle assembly.