Hand holding AirBrush System with sketch marker, Air Grip, and Air Can D60N.
Air Can Set shown with AirGrip and Air Can D60N
Air Adapter Set shown with AirGrip and Air Adapter.
Individual part, Air Grip shown.
Individual part, Air Can D60N shown.
Individual part, Air Adapter shown.
Chart showing part relationship of the Air Brush System

AirBrush System (ABS)

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An innovative Copic AirBrush System (ABS) allows you to color on a wide variety of surfaces and textures. Simply snap a marker into the system and you are ready to go.

Copic Ciao cannot be used with ABS.

Each compressor uses a different sized hose, so check the diameter carefully before purchasing a new hose or adaptor. Copic airbrush supplies are a standard 1/8″ (PF1/8) hose.


Easy-to-operate air brushing system using Air Can. Can be connected to D60 Air Can and the parts will adapt for compressor compatibility.

[Includes:] Air Grip and Air Can D60

MSRP : Air Can set $39.99



More advanced air brushing system used in connection to air compressor.

[Includes: ] Air Grip, Air Adaptor

  • Compressor and air hose are sold separately.
  • Air pressure must be maintained within 0.3-0.5MPa.
  • To connect Air Grip and air compressor, use G1/8 (PF1/8) air hose.

MSRP : Air Adapter Set : $43.99

Individual Parts:

MSRP : Air Grip : $26.50
MSRP : Air Can D60N :  $15.99
MSRP : Air Adaptor : $19.99

Spray area and use time of air can

  • The average spray area in cases of painting evenly with a brand-new Classic or Sketch markers: Within the size of B4-A3 size paper.
  • Note the “spray area” may vary according to the color or usage environment.


Use time of Air Can

  • Maximum continuous time of use: 60-90 secs.
  • Maximum time of use: Air Can D60: 7-8 mins, Air Can 80: 15-16 mins, Air Can 180: 35-40 mins.
  • Keep in mind the maximum time of use may vary according to the color, environmental conditions or usage.
  • Even if Air Can gets cold, that is normal. If you are using the can more than 90 seconds and the spray is inconsistent but it feels like there’s still plenty of air in the can, then let your can warm up a bit before continuing.
  • For continuous, long term spraying, we recommend using the compressor.



  • The marker must be attached in the correct direction. Copic Classic must be inserted from “Broad Nib” side. Copic Sketch must be inserted from “Medium Broad Nib” side.
  • Use in an area with good air circulation.
  • Copic markers are alcohol based. Keep away from open flame.
  • Air Can are under pressure. Do not puncture.
  • Do not spray on people or animals.