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    Machine Builder I build Tattoo Machines FRANCO VESCOVI's Avatar
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    Bishop rotary has 2 new models coming soon

    We are heavy in the lab designing a fineline outliner and detail shading rotary. Will be 2.5 ounces and small as heck!!! The perfect tool for single needles to 7 liners
    it will be the first of its kind..second machine is gonna be a secret!!

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    I think i want one of those too ! What about the acryl one,still testing ?

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    Sounds interesting. I wonder how they will feel to line with, being so light? When I do script with 3's and singles, I actually prefer a machine with a little weight behind it. To me it feels like it keeps things from getting squirrelly. It's rare that I use anything larger than a 5r to line with. Intriguing....

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    I'm curious too, what stroke length will you be using for the liner Franco and will it have the same linear action and needle clip as the Bishop or something different?
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    I prefer a light rotary as possible with a 25 Steel Grip ! Thats perfect for me !

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    I think that will be cool for portrait work were do alot of skim lines,bloodlines and partial lining also would be cool for the eye details or any very small tattoo like finger portraits,I think the whole trick for a machine set up for that is to hold the needle steady and the right needle speed/stoke/give



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    Quote Originally Posted by zapp View Post
    i think i want one of those too ! What about the acryl one,still testing ?
    i am testing and its great still. I can send you one. Remember i offder lifetime guarantee so if anything fails just send it back and we will repair to new againí

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    Quote Originally Posted by alie k View Post
    sounds interesting. I wonder how they will feel to line with, being so light? When i do script with 3's and singles, i actually prefer a machine with a little weight behind it. To me it feels like it keeps things from getting squirrelly. It's rare that i use anything larger than a 5r to line with. Intriguing....
    i feel u on that, but like anything u will just get used to it and i guarantee u will love it. I remember my first few years in the tattoo world i was using a cosmetic machine and thats all i knew was a light machine. And never any wrist issues

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    Quote Originally Posted by slicksteel View Post
    i think that will be cool for portrait work were do alot of skim lines,bloodlines and partial lining also would be cool for the eye details or any very small tattoo like finger portraits,i think the whole trick for a machine set up for that is to hold the needle steady and the right needle speed/stoke/give
    exactly what its going to be designed to do. Its a new tool to add to your arsenal if your a tattoo artist that demands detail and yes it will be a perfectly precise throw!!

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