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    Guys. I Helped test machines, I am not Sabre. I posted a link to a great new machine.
    If you like the look of it buy it. If not cool.
    The dragonfly rip off is very untrue hell raiser.
    If a machine has a motor and adjustable hit and needle retainer of course there will be similarities.
    Not one component is the same.
    A Ferrari is similar to a mini using that view.

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    The clip cord and RCA are in exact same pattern as the dragonfly. Hard to not compare that.

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    Can you think of another place to put them?

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    Sure they could have had the clip cord more sideways or the RCA coming out of the top of the back so it isn't in the middle of the clip cord connections. I don't think it is hard to come up with other ways to do things.

    Honestly I don't have anything against you or the machine.

    I do think that from a design style it looks very derivative of the dragonfly. That is open to interpretation and opinion. Besides that could be taken as flattery, it is your choice to do with it as you will.



    So be as it may it shares a staggered rear clip cord and RCA configuration very much like the dragonfly even down to the vertical standoffs that house the clip cord posts.


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    They should've put a vertical 1/8" jack instead of the RCA/clip cord dealio
    wouldve made it look a little different and kept it even more lightweight feeling. Looks cool though. I'd run it

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    Quote Originally Posted by bretttattoos View Post
    They should've put a vertical 1/8" jack instead of the RCA/clip cord dealio
    wouldve made it look a little different and kept it even more lightweight feeling. Looks cool though. I'd run it
    Right, it does look cool. Like I said, I am not trying to be negative. I do wish they made more effort to make it look more individual though.

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    Yes i think the smaler 1/8 Jack would be better for weight and balance - its was a great idea on the bez apex and its Bad that no builder is going to this Adapter

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    So,,,,,, is it any good .

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    not impressed with this, i've gotten the dcx one in white few months ago. the most vibrating machine i've ever had..adjustment knob is a bit off. i cant get a solid no give hit.it still has give, adjust all the way to the ten..my rotary works brass 12volts runs smoother and pushes better for lining compared to this. so does both my DK minicrankers and my first gen bishops..now im just waiting on a rotary works ID liner to give that a run..

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