Tattoo Kit: 2 Machines & 10 True Colors Ink set
Tattoo Kit: 2 Machines & 10 True Colors Ink set. The crowning glory of new 3rd Generation Inkstar tattoo machines is the huge reduction in operating voltage requirements. Compared to other tattoo machines in the same price range, 3rd Gen Inkstar’s require about 2-3 volts less to engage and run. Every part of this package from the type of machines to the type of tubes is the brain child of a team of experienced industry veterans. 3rd Generation Inkstar tattoo machines feature standardized AWG 24 gauge wire, the coils are wound tight and compact allowing for a maximally efficient magnetic field. The 3rd Generation Inkstar’s can engage at as low as 5.6 Volts (with proper tuning) and can run optimally at as low as 6.3 Volts. Comparatively, machines of a similar price class tend to engage at 7 to 8 volts and won’t run optimally until 8 to even 11 volts.
The springs and coils for all of the 3rd generation Inksar’s are custom designed specifically for their liner or shader designation. The liners use a short and thin front spring and a set of 8 wrap tightly wound compact coils with 47uf 50V capacitor that allows for speed and accuracy. The shaders utilize a long and wide front spring and 10 wrap tightly wound compact coils with 47uf 50V capacitor that allows for a softer and slower machine suited for shading and coloring. The coil cores are made of solid blackened iron and each coil assembly are wrapped in a textured design heat insulating rubber sheath.
The goal to reduce the operating voltage combined with quality parts and engineering design have produced an excellent budget friendly machine that can perform near to high performance machines. Okay, so it won’t outperform a $400 Aaron Cain, however, when performing against other machines in the same price class, our 3rd Generation Inkstar’s will blow them out of the water.
WARNING: This kit contains items that can be used to tattoo human skin. This setup is designed for people to learn how to tattoo by practising on mediums like practice skin, pigs skin and thick skinned fruits. Human skin is NOT a practising medium and tattoos are PERMANENT, so if you do not have any experience or qualifications to do skin work, DO NOT use the items in this kit to perform a tattoo. If you are serious about becoming a professional tattoo artist, a proper apprenticeship with a professional tattoo studio is the time honoured way of becoming one.
Tattoo Kit Components Checklist
1. Cyclone, 8 wrap LINER
2. Yankee, 10 wrap SHADER
3. Blue Box LCD power supply
4. Clip cord
5. Foot pedal
6. Ink cups pack
7. O rings pack
8. Grommets pack
9. Hildbrandt Premium Needles: 5RL x 5
10. Aluminum grip with tube stem
11. Stainless steel tip (5RT)
12. Machine adjustment Spanner
13.10 pcs Truecolor ink