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    Neuma N4

    Looks like Carson Hill is coming out with a new neuma pen machine. It runs a motor (not air) and hes hinting at having something unique going on with the stroke cam. It looks pretty smooth.
    Im just curious if anyone has heard anything more about it?

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    yes look pretty cool, but no infos or specs on the web page... need some technical infos
    lots of builder want a piece of cake, but..

    for me, im
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    This looks cool, hopefully this machine lives up to its premise

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    Any news about. I think from the mechanics it's similar to a stigma amen or the sinner rotary. The cam have a waveform and imitate so a waveform of a coil. But the hit characteris from a coil I don't think it's the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkness View Post
    Any news about. I think from the mechanics it's similar to a stigma amen or the sinner rotary. The cam have a waveform and imitate so a waveform of a coil. But the hit characteris from a coil I don't think it's the same.
    Seems to have great feedback, I mostly see the feedback on Instagram but on some FB groups as well it seems to be a solid machine. Im waiting out the "honeymoon" period that a lot of machines get to see how good it actually is after the hype cools down. So far the extra options for the Cams arent even out yet it only has the stock drive system

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    Yes they have now 3 cams.. 2 Standart cams like normal rotary and one 0.20 cam that's simulate a coil with 3mm I think. So when I read it's better as a Dan kubin I'm very carefull. Mostly it's a hype.

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    I'm also interested. I've been following the reviews from the day it came out. It's impressive the good feedback it has on ig.
    Did anyone here tried it?
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    I bought one of these and have only used it on ONE tattoo so far. Only had it for a day.
    I'm having a *little bit* of a hard time getting used to just how light it is. Feels like there's literally nothing in your hand, since all of the weight is in the front.
    I actually came here to look at what all you guys thought was the best battery pack out there so that I can get some of the weight back on the back end of the machine.
    With the VERY limited experience I have so far with this machine, I CAN say that it lines really well! Something that I've been looking for in a rotary machine for a long time now. It's very consistent with shading, and I'm really impressed by how it not only packs color, but effortlessly shades when I did a black and grey tattoo. So far, it's been GREAT except that I have to get used to the weightlessness.
    If I get some time, I'll post another review after a month or so of using it.
    Oh, and Ty Pallotta gave it a review on the Fireside podcast here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTXUub6Q4wI which is what sold me on buying it to begin with. Ty likes to try out all the newest tattoo machines and give really honest reviews. I also ended up buying a Miso Toku power supply after watching a review he did on that, and I couldn't be happier with it!

    All that being said about the Neuma, Does anyone have any recommendations for me for a nice battery pack? I'd like something that you can change the voltage in small increments, and of course that'll last a while on a single charge without losing power.

    ANYONE have any recommendations for a battery pack???

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    Carson seems to like the new Critical Tattoo Supply battery packs. Fucking $$$$ tho for those things.
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