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stigma

Hello Mike, I have 2 hyper and fly only the stigma that was a problem, although in practice around the screw top does not change the method of work. always hits the same way, you can give me some advice?


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Hi Ben ,
this Artemis from Stigma , anyone who needs this kind of support about a Stigma machine has to contact Stigma-Rotary
directly by email info@stigma-rotary-tattoo.com
you can read this in the manual that came with the machine,
Mike DeVries is a busy man and he is not responsible for this.
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I have already contacted by email
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artemis im a big stigma fan .

would you not consider releasing n indepth look at the stigma and the best ways to run it?
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Thanks Sonny, we give with every machine a manual with info
about how to use the machine , how many volts, wow to lubricate, how to adjust the softness and staff like that ,but maybe we should make the manuals even more detailed ,we take everything into consideration , thanks for your advice.
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yeah that would be awsome . i know each machine can be tuned to each persons own style but im only using stigmas as of about 2 yrs ago and still like to fiddle with them :) . i speak to ralf nonweiller about diffrent methods . hes been a gret help
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Artemis
i read in your website about your machines and about the fly and the bizarre to you said that the
"The long stroke version causes minimum 4,4 mm stroke and maximum 5,5 mm stroke"

why the stroke isnt not only one measure?why you have too measures(4,4mm or 5,5mm?

thank you
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Hi Jason,

I copy pasted this from our website ( F.A.Q ) there is more technical info inside there if you are interested have a look.

On the BizarreV2 the stroke-length (hub) changes automatically in combination with the softness (give) adjustment feature and the speed. When you increase the speed (by the volts) you get longer strokes. When you decrease the speed (by the volts) you get shorter strokes. When adjusted for lining you get shorter but harder strokes. When adjusted for shading you get longer but softer strokes. The short-stroke excenter gives strokes between 2,6 mm and 3,4 mm.The medium-stroke excenter gives strokes between 3,5 mm and 4,4 mm. The long-stroke excenter gives strokes between 4,4 mm and 5,5 mm.

Most of the adjustable rotaries out there also from other manufacturers work in a very similar way because they use our concept the concept that Stigma first created.
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thank you for information
i like a very long stroke and powerfull machine,5,5mm is great but by reading your post i found that is impossible to get this stroke(5,5mm) with a powerfull movement ,im rigth?
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This is for "Ben" ( Alex di Pasa ) juveforza@live.it from IP: 151.70.52.4 on 08/24/11
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You are right Jason the 4,4 mm is the longest solid stroke not more than this , but if you loosen just a little bit the control screw
then you can get longer strokes of about 5mm long with just a little give, many artists prefer this kind of setting because it is not to aggressive for the skin.
Artemis
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i heard somebody say a while ago 'rotarys are for girls and give is an illusion'.........i wont mention names

STIGMAS RULE!!
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GIVE is a good thing, u can use or not

ARTEMIS IS A GENIUS...
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yes he is :)
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I think if your having to ask how to use the stigma then you probly shouldnt have one to begin with!!!!!!
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has anybody asked 'how to use one' ?

people have asked about technical questions like why isnt my give screw working? which alternative ways could you run it? and what actually is 'give' :)
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artemis thank you for information
i ve been in a convention and saw the bizarre v2 model,is very ligth and strong but the guy that sell tell me that only have the medium stroke.
is possible to buy the medium stroke and change it for long stroke or short stroke at studio,like the fly machine,or we have to buy the long stroke from you?
thanks
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Hi Jason ,
We have agreements with our distributors to carry also the long & short stroke excenters not only the machines ,
it is good to know, who is this supplier?
I hope they will get the stroke length excenters very soon if not just buy it from another supplier or directly from us , it is very easy to replace it Yourself.
Thanks Artemis
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hi artemis
they got ,but tell me that only works in the fly
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The excenters for the Fly & Bizarre are a little diffrent they have
different balance to reduce vibrations so each machine works
best with its own stroke excenter.

Artemis
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so we can change the bizarre by our own,rigth?
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