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Old 11-03-2010, 02:08 PM
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Default Re: Paco Rollins Machines

Originally Posted by theskndoc2010 View Post
I have heard of those fk irons and have went to their site. are they worth the money? i know that i paid $400 and some change for my dringenberg p3 and that over 3 years was well worth the money and i will say it made my life alot easier..when i ordered danny got right on the phone with me and asked me what type of mags do i use, ect..he built the machine to do very smooth work and it lays the ink in like no other..i just wanted to try something else for a color machine..i have heard good things about the solution but this was the first time i heard someone say something about the fk irons..thanks for the input

Yeah they are well worth the money. The exchange rate is alot different for me I paid between $820 - $900 ( including shipping ) for each of my fk iron machines and it was worth every cent! My Fk iron machines run ALOT faster than the pulse machines and can pretty much run anything. My packing colour with an 11mag and running around 106hz, and layer running a 11 bugpin at 110hz. And they wiegh 4.5 oz unloaded. I think the pulse machines are around 7 ish? so after working a whole day with my fki machines my wrists aren`t sore at all and reducing the chances of my wrists packing up in later years.

But the choice is totally yours man, Pulse is still quality machines so in no way am i bashing them at all. I just prefer my fkirons thats all.
But what works for me may not work for others.
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Old 11-04-2010, 07:39 AM
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Default Re: Paco Rollins Machines

For a color packer I would suggest the full frame brass model. It runs like a jackhammer, but cuts down on a lot of the vibration.
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Old 11-18-2010, 12:53 AM
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Default Re: Paco Rollins Machines

I own a pair of the brass machines, they're my daily drivers, and the only problem I've ever had out of them is the back spring breaking on my liner, which was an easy fix. I'm pretty sure I could've called Paco and he'd have sent springs, but I had some already and didn't want to make him do extra work when he's already busy.

Anyway, great machines, great price, nice guy.
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