Stigma Rotary has released the New Hyper V3 Rotary Tattoo Machine. Tattoo Artists have compared the Stigma Rotary V3 to “tattooing with an airbrush”. Joker Tattoo Supply is the official distributor for Stigma Rotary. If you have any questions regarding the Stigma Hyper V3 Rotary Tattoo Machine, call us toll free at 1-800-860-0254, Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm PT.
Still hesitating on getting a tattoo because you’re not sure how the tattoo machine’s working on your skin? Check out this video of a tattoo machine needling the skin during the tattooing process.. matrix style!
Ever wondered if you could make your own tattoo machine or tattoo gun? Here’s a video of how to assemble a home-made traditional tattoo machine. These may not be as secure and dependable as a professional hand-crafted tattoo machines but its still interesting to know how the anatomy of a traditional tattoo machine and how these machines work from putting together the screws to clipping in the power supply.
Tattoo inks are the substance that a tattoo machine places under your skin that leaves you with a permanent mark. Although its commonly called ink — it’s actually pigment which generally contain metal salts or even plastics, suspended in a carrier solution which keeps the pigments evenly mixed and easily applicable.
Some tattoo artists mix their own ink, although most buy it pre-mixed. A typical “home made” carrier solution might be a mix of a small bottle full of vodka or Listerine, etc. with a little glycerin and propylene glycol (which if improperly used, can cause the ink to separate making an uneven mixture and ruining your work) mixed into a slurry with the dry pigments.
Other common carrier components both in home made and some commercial tattoo inks include toxic substances such as anti-freeze, formaldehyde, gluteraldehyde which can cause complications and reactions to your skin. That’s why it’s always a good idea to stick to trusted tattoo inks which are proven and recommended by most professional tattoo artists around the world.