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VEDA WD-186 Airbrush

Renowned VEDA brand airbrush –
WD-186 dual action, gravity feed with 3 fully interchangeable paint cups:
2cc, 5cc and 13cc
This airbrush comes fitted with a 0.2mm needle and nozzle and is an exceptional tool for detailed art work.
0.3mm and 0.5mm needles and nozzles may also be fitted to this model.
It has an air adjustment valve on the main body enabling even greater control of air through the unit.


BARTSHARP stock a full range of spares and serviceable parts including needles, nozzles and replacement o-ring sets. Airbrush Technique Magazine and famous airbrush artist Chuck Bauman reviewed the VEDA airbrush range: “High Quality and Extremely Low Priced“ “I recommend the Veda Model 130A and Model 180 Airbrushes. They are easily as good as the famous expensive airbrushes but these are a tenth the cost! of the identical name-brand airbrushes that come out of the exact same factory! “ This superb airbrush is suitable for: Illustration Fine/commercial art Photo retouching Custom automotive Motorcycle graphics Motorcycle helmet artwork T-Shirts/textiles Nails & cosmetics Miniatures Taxidermy/lures Models, RC planes/cars/helicopters etc Hobbies and Crafts Students to professional Cake decoration Using: Watercolours Acrylics Inks and Dyes Automotive Urethanes Lacquers Enamels Edible food dyes

Customer Reviews 3 item(s)

good products and price
"Just purchased a TC80T Air Compressor With VEDA 130 Airbrush and a seperate VEDA WD-186 Airbrush. Ordered on the 10th it arrived on the 12th Excellent customer service from Allison and good product and price too.
Well done Bartsharp keep up the good work!"
Review by Brian Thomas / (Posted on 02/01/2016)
stunning value
I bought (i)t with the Veda 186R airbrush kit, again stunning value imo Review by Mark Todd / (Posted on 02/01/2016)
186 is the answer
WD-186 Review. Kerry Hosznyak
After a bit of a search for a starter airbrush I opted for the WD-186. Searching you tube for various reviews i.e.from “Chris and Alex modelling”
I was looking for an airbrush that would give me the feel of a more expensive model but the price of a basic brush as this would be my first entry into the world of airbrushing. I wanted something that I could get great results right from the start rather than using a cheap airbrush to practice with and getting basic results.
The WD-186 gave me the answer is was looking for. A cheap airbush with the looks and feel of a high end £200 plus model.
To start with the 186 can be fitted with not one but three sizes of needle, a .2 .3 and a .5 making this model very versitle. It can also be fitted with three paint cup sizes and 2cc 5cc and a 13cc or can be used without. The 186 also has fine air adjustment screw at the front and paint flow adjustment at the rear which is ideal for getting different types of paint textures from soft flowing lines to spackling effects which the 186 handles with ease.
This is a well-balanced airbrush with a chrome finish. To back up the airbrush, every conceivable spare part can be ordered from Bartsharp, from needles to the Teflon needle guides, o rings, paint cups. Everything that can be taken apart on the brush can be replaced and ordered form Bartsharp. Again the spares are a fraction of the cost of the more expensive models. The airbrush can be easily stripped down for cleaning and maintenance as the kit comes with a complete breakdown and list of spares. I actually opted for the WD- 186 R which is a kit consisting of WD-186 dual action, gravity fed with fully interchangeable paint cups:2cc, 5cc and 13cc. The airbrush comes set up with a 0.3mm needle and nozzle .Also comes with spare 0.2mm and 0.5mm needles 0.3mm and 0.5mm nozzles and nozzle caps. Quick release coupler x 1 1.8m braided hose Mini airline filter x 1 all encased in its own Presentation box
The results you can expect from the brush are from very fine line to blocking in big areas of colour with ease. Although the correct paint reduction is key to producing the best results also air pressure used. The best results I have found are from using a 2 to 1 reducer to paint mixture at between 30 to 40 psi. but this is down to personal choice. Practice makes perfect.
When I first bought my brush I found I was going through needles, because of bending the needle tips, at the rate of one a week haha, being rather heavy handed. A quick visit to Bartsharps web site and replacements were back with me in a couple of days. A great service from the team at Bartsharp namely Tim and Alison. They are a very friendly team who are more than willing to help with ideas and advice more than you get from the other top manufacturers who just want to peddle their merchandise.
I have several projects on the go which I am using my WD-186 for. When completed I will post pictures on bartsharps site. So you can view first hand at the results that can be achieved.
A great thanks to the team at Bartsharp.
Kerry Hosznyak Review by Kerry Hosznyak / (Posted on 28/12/2015)

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