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  1. Thanks Clearman, right idea but not enough info. I've looking for something closer to this: You can find it near the bottom of this page: https://sites.google.com/site/donsairbrushtips/badger-sotar
  2. I started another thread for this question but it should probably live here as it's something future Vex airbrush owners might want to know, I know I do :) Could someone with access to the Vex do a quick scaled comparison of the spray pattern you can achieve with the different needle sizes? Nothing fancy just a side-by-side of some squiggles and dots. I thought this info might be hiding in a review or promotional material but I'm not having any luck finding it. Thanks for your help.
  3. Thanks guys. Taking Aaron's AB class this month and have asked him to squeeze in a quick demo. Haven't been able to find anyone on the tubes, or web in general, showing the difference. Maybe it's just too new, and/or people aren't swapping needles once the find a size they like. If it's the latter, maybe the feature is more of a gimmick and you're better of buying an airbrush with a dedicated needle and nozzle combo like the Sotar. Not trying to knock Reaper or the product, I want to give them my money for this innovative tech, just need a bit more proof to go along with the pudding :)
  4. Hi Reaper and Reaper fans, I'm sold on the convenience of swapping the needles on the fly, but I'll be on the fence about the buying a Vex until I've seen how each needle performs with the same nozzle. Could someone with access to the Vex do a quick scaled comparison of the spray pattern you can achieve with the different needle sizes? Nothing fancy just a side-by-side of some squiggles and dots. I thought this info might be hiding in a review or promotional material but I'm not having any luck finding it. Thanks in advance, QuickQ
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