The Richeson Atomizer, otherwise known as "the poor man's airbrush" offers a quick and inexpensive way to add a touch of color to your woodturnings. No need for expensive airbrush equipment and time-consuming clean up; simply fold open the atomizer, place the bottom pipe in your paint color of choice, and blow through the mouthpiece. The spray pattern varies based on the speed of air blowing through the mouthpiece. Blowing fast will result in a fine spray pattern, while blowing slow will result in a coarse spray pattern.
As used in Nick Arnull's book "Contemporary Woodturning"
Inexpensive tool produces exceptional results
Simple, compact design
Metal tube with wood mouthpiece for durability
Quickly add a touch of color to any woodturning
Can be used with a variety of coloring mediums including dyes and acrylics
Reusable, simply rinse clean and let dry after use