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Old 11-21-2007, 01:06 PM
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Default Any Info On The Neuma Air Machines. ?

i was wondering if anyone had any info on the pneumatic tattoo machines. im diggn the old school i like to travel alot and i dont think its be very easy to pack an air compressor around with me but some info would be awsome.
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Old 11-21-2007, 01:14 PM
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Old 11-23-2007, 03:40 AM
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Default Re: Any Info On The Neuma Air Machines. ?

My partner uses both. I saw a tattoo he did on thursday and by wednesday of the next week it was almost healed up.

I Actually ran some of his neumas and they ran really smooth and soft (which is not always a good thing)
What it amazes me the most is the weight of the machine. Super light.
We even took it apart and it only has one mechanical piece that is a little wheel that looks like a gear that holds the nipple for the needle off center.
When the air blows the wheel this turns producing the nipple to move up/down. The nipple is connected to the wheel by a tiny bearing.
So simple and great.

All I can say is that it's a great tool to own if you can afford it, especially since they can be autoclaved. Me ,personally I don't see the need of switching to them, at least for now. They have some cons as well. You can't adjust the stroke, all you can do is adjust the tube to simulate stroke length.

As of now, you have a lot more flexibility in terms of tuning/ setup with coil machines.
I think the concept of neuma machines will open a lot of minds in terms of accepting aluminum as a material for conventional tattoo machines.

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