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depends on the work. 12v or so with a well tuned machine and a fast stroke of the hand along with good washing skills will produce really smooth shading. The bugpin rounded shader mags are also pretty legit. Lining should be 6-8v depending on your tuning. maybe higher if you line better with fast strokes. be careful though. high voltage comes with high heat if youre not tuned right. the stroke depth is also really important. with a liner my stroke is around 3.8mm while my shader is set at almost 5mm which is deep for some artists but i like to see the needle since i only use 11 diamond tips for lining if it were a tight fitting round tip i wouldn't really need to see the needle as much. so different strokes for different folks. Remember though, Darker is DEEPER and lighter is shallow. but never go too deep. no one likes a blow out. -Professional tattoo artist- Brian @ Foxy Tattoos, Raleigh NC
There is no stencil on a WW. Put a Multipart form in it , if it types on the carbons thr ribbon isn,t feeding of lifting, if it dosen't type on the carbons the plastic print solenoid cap is probably broken. We sell them for 20.oo includes shipping and instructions.
Is it not printing at all or will it print on carbons and not originals?
If it dosen't print on carbons the print solenoid cap is probably broken. If it prints on carbons the big black gear on the R. side of the printer may be jammed tooth for tooth try wiggling it to free it up. If it needs the cap we sell them for 20.00 including shipping and instructions.
I am a major seller of these machines in ebay. The machine may need a new potentiometer. Build a carrier. Put two pieces of transparency plastic sheets together with a piece of tape and use this to carry your stencils. This will reduce the heat of the lamp. Rouben (email@example.com).
you may have to adjust the contact screw so it can put contact threw the coils so it works or just kinda give the machine a good jolt when u are steping on the foot pedal i had that problem a couple weeks ago cheap contact screws burn up and constantly need adjusting