Hello Everyone, I'm a first time model steam engine builder, and this is my first post so be nice! I received a small Graham Industries Gage VR1A single cylinder steam engine kit for Christmas. I would like to connect it to an air source to run it. What's a good way to go? Would a small airbrush compressor with regulator work? Should I get something larger? Or perhaps a small 5 gallon air tank that I can fill at the gas station with compressed air then plumb it up to the engine with clear 1/8" vinyl tubing? The engine is only 4" high and requires 30 psi max but I'd like to run it closer to 5-10 psi for slower operation. I currently live in an apartment and would like something quiet so the steam engine can run on my desk. With the compressors I've looked at on the internet, some boast "quiet operation". Well I know that's quite a relative term. Any suggestions? Thanks, -Eric Sault Ste. Marie Ontario Canada P.S. Ideally I'd like to get a boiler down the road, however most that I've seen require considerable machining experience, of which I have none.