Spidershy509: Can you throw in a maxon motor I this thing
TheRalvarado114: Hey tattootraining just stop to show you some love. I haven't seen any new
videos. Your probably just busy. Keep on doing your their thing. Much love
and respect your friend R.Alvarado
Andrew Mckinstrie: hey man im a traditional coil man and have never freaked with any rotarys
but would llike to buy one and give it a shot. im not lookin to buy a knock
off. im prepared to spend the money. i just want to know what ones are
easier to use. my co worker has a gen 1 dragonfly and he hastes it. maybe
its defected but he says its very temperamental. any advice would be sweet.
Underground Demagraphix: dial antimicrobial soap
Jake Noland: Did you do a video
TheRalvarado114: @tattoo Hey bro I see on other people's video that their tattoo machine
through sparks. Why is that?
Bill K: Pt 1 - I noticed a couple of negative comments regarding Chinese Tattoo
Machines... & I do not get it ... As far as Rotary tattoo Machines go, most
are: CNC Machined aluminium ... Ever watch O.C.C. or P.J.D. (ie) Orange
County Chopers - American Choppers, Paul Junior Designs.... they used CNC
Computer Assisted Machining... Can Not F' it up if it's CNC Machined..
Bishop, Stigma -Swiss Machine, Dragon Fly, etc... it is precision...
Underground Demagraphix: needle bounce? use a firm nipple for liner maybe a slight bend on lower end
Joe Illa: true indeed with china having the lack of quality control...I just got the
stigma prodigy they did a good job with that 1 an it kicks ass
Underground Demagraphix: that's what I mean by 1 st gen , 2nd gen and so on , I waited almost 4
years before getting a rotary , im not paying original price so I had to
wait for quality to catch up , but more so wanted to point out the simpler
designs are better ( neotat / bishop ) . the gen 3 stigmas are using the
swash drive style ,
mikeseidlling: longer stroke packs color in better. Why its adjustable, different
application. Different stroke length.
Jose Rodriguez: just wondering why are you comparing the knock offs? why not the real
rotary machines? I wouldn't think you would get the real experience of each
machine to compare them properly. I know personally the real stigma bizarre
v2 is a very well made machine and the adjustments are nice. some of the
best artists in the world use them everyday. i dont have any personal
experience with the bishop but im sure the real bishop runs better and is
of a lot better quality than the cheap knock off.
TheRalvarado114: What's up bro have you tried the rotary machine yet? How it running still
Underground Demagraphix: well im pretty sure I just changed that
hukkerz: Hey man really appreciate your advice .. very helpful .. u say u dont
advise the use of green soap during tattoo process in one of ur vids...
what do u suggest been looking everywhere for alternative but only thing i
find online is intenze clenze and h2ocean ... help please
James Que: Thank you for this video. Awesome quality, and straight forward, in our
face facts. Cant wait for the follow ups.
POODIDDLING: So does this reflect poorly on the higher end dragonfly design?
Synyster Art: Great video, I'm surprised they had actual metal knock offs, I bought some
dragonflys for fun and it was pure crap(all plastic except the spring and
sounded nasty while running), never doing that again. I went and bought a
real Neotat from the Nix convention and I don't see me going back to cheap
rotaries anymore, it doesn't make you a better artist, it just makes it
Duncan Hins: if you look at the perple gun the moter was made with like a xbox 360
controler moter so cheap.
raidermandave: Great vid
gsxrmike841: Dam bro every 1 just likes to give you crap see what happens when you try
to be nice in this biz thats why i dont tell any one crap any more any way
good job on the videos keep kickin ass
Jake Noland: ??
Zaragon HD: which is the best of both please !!!
Underground Demagraphix: the bishop is for liner or shading not solid color
gsxrmike841: Ok thanks bro i tryed it last night & it works well
raidermandave: Cool vid
Christopher Hall: I personally have two Stigma Bizarre V2 rotors, not knockoffs, and they are
amazing. The knockoffs are complete crap, you can tell the difference just
from looking at them that they wont run well at all. The top part of the V2
does actually do something on the originals, it adjusts the give to make it
softer or harder for your preference. On the knockoffs it doesn't do crap.
The two I have are set for line and coloring and they run amazing. But
personally I love using my Dringenbergs more.
D Dixon: thank you, ive been waiting for some kind of review of these to come out
other than "china garbage", and if the motors are the issue, why not buy
say a maxon or a mabuchi for $50 ish, and basically build your own bishop
for $80. another test could be to buy bishops spare parts and see if the
fit the body.
northerncali707ave: Hi are you still building coil machines by any chance... And where can i
reach you? Thank you!
RandomRunner: I was cheching this machines on Ebay and the seller answered this to my
questions: -"Thanks for your email.let me answer your question. the exact
weight of the machine is about 260g the material is zinc alloy the stroke
lenght of this machine is standard."- ------- what is the weight of the one
Underground Demagraphix: I guess you did nt listen to what i said, that I don't know if certain
aspects of the v2 are the same but the bishop knock off is very nice and i
highly doubt the original is much better , I have no interest in buying
300.00 machines not when I build my own rotaries that work much better than
a coil can .
RandomRunner: Thank you :D
Underground Demagraphix: I just explained how good this design is , the Bishop is already a popular
machine , with this video almost all the knock offs of this type are GONE
that would mean they are now popular . im sure many were getting the
machines with the smaller motor and extra pointless parts but that's now
Underground Demagraphix: all I did is add a small washer and its fine ive seen pother that have the
washer some one just left it out , that's heat happen china has no quality
gsxrmike841: Thank you for your video i will leave the stroke on the knock off v2 @ a 2
you saved me a hassle & i think ill try one of those Bishop machines. Thank
you & all the best from mike at ink slingers, spring hill fl.
Joe Illa: str8n that bar its not suppost to be bent.. where that nob is that you said
does nothing remove it then unscrew the one piece then change the spring in
there for a longer one..then put it back together you should be able to
adjust it..I had the same prob I have a video up tweaking that issue..peace
and keep up the good work
Underground Demagraphix: yes they are zinc allot and mine came in at 190 grams standard is 3.5mm ,
he may have just messed up with weight it would have to be iron to Wight
that much after I make a video stuff goes fast so just look for the brass
contacts and stainless steel nipple thay are almost gone only rca hook up
cali kid: a coil can do anything a rotary can to say anything contrary to that is
just personal opinion
Nathan Hodges: Great vid man , Keep it up , its appreciated
Underground Demagraphix: I have made some they run fine ,
gsxrmike841: Hey bro any tricks on needle bounce with this clip do u even have to bend
ur needle i use it for a liner
Bill K: Re Motors : Rotary motors are the same motors used in Hair Clippers & RC
Cars (ie) remote controlled cars... The motors are usually Mabuchi motors
which is a Japanese company that manufacturers all over Asia, Japan, China,
Tawain, etc.. even if they say its Swiss it is not.. This applies to
Chinese machines... The Mabuchi motors are used by most Rotary Tattoo
Joshua Johnson: have you had the chance to do some ink work with either one of those rotary
machines just curious to see how they hit compared to thd coil machines.
Robert Hendrickson: hows the needle clip?
Underground Demagraphix: the whole issue with china rotaries is in he motor a rotary motor can wear
out fast if its small and cheap . has very little to do with the frame ,
civicmag1: first good vid
mikeseidlling: longer stroke packs color in better.
Jake Noland: What do you think about these single coil machines with the coil laying