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CHEYENNE THUNDER LINING VOLTAGE

CAN ANYBODY USEING THE CHEYENNE PUI POWER SUPPLY TELL ME WHAT LINING/ SHADING VOLTAGE YOU USE?

THANKS!!


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RE:CHEYENNE THUNDER LINING VOLTAGE

For lining i use 110->130 hz, depending on the area.
For shading 80hz and for straight blocking in or larger areas i use 100hz
Since im not rushing , i dont feel comfortable with anything above 130hz.
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RE:CHEYENNE THUNDER LINING VOLTAGE

THANKS I REALLY APPRECIATE IT!
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RE:CHEYENNE THUNDER LINING VOLTAGE

Wow thanks for the info on this one, you have no idea how much this has made my day. I've been dying to know what other people use voltage wise..Everyone i know uses other machines and has no clue about the cheyenne.

Thanks
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RE:CHEYENNE THUNDER LINING VOLTAGE

Hi ,
I also have a Cheyenne, PU11 Power supply and was asking this question also, I tattooed myself firstly and I am not sure if the Voltage was High enough ( 110hz) as some ink did fall out after 3 weeks. would like others imput on this?? Great tattoo machine though.
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RE:CHEYENNE THUNDER LINING VOLTAGE

hmm, If it was your first time tattooing, it would probably be because you doesn't have the right equipment. A china machine could really fuck everything up..It looks great just when you are done, but after 2-3-4 weeks time, the ink will faith in the skin! a lot!
It really sounds to me, that it is only a matter of equipment, if it looks great at first, but faiths over 3 weeks time, it is probably the machine..
Change it! Fast!
But tattooing is a fucking science, every little thing matters!!!
The needles, the angle you are tattooing in, voltage, and so on..
I my self, are lining with about 120-125hz. And shading with 80-85.

Get a Cheyenne dude!! Really a nice all round machine!!
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RE:CHEYENNE THUNDER LINING VOLTAGE

Oh! I miss read the question! sorry!
Maybe you aren't going deep enough! use a higher voltage, and look into your angle possesion.
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