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Neuma

Love the work man, off the charts. Does it take a while to get used to tattooing with the Neuma machines? Are they a lot different from traditional coil machines? Also, is the air compressor loud and annoying (although many people find the "dentist" sound of coil machines pretty irritating). Thanks for your time and keep up the great work.


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thanks man,
yeah it does take some getting used to,but its not like learning all over again.use it for a couple weeks and youll get the hang of it. adjusting to not having a foot switch is one thing,but i look at it like its just one less thing to have to mess with,also there is no tuning with them,they are set and ready to go,they run the same way every time.depending on where your workin you can either get a job site compressor and put it in a back room since it is loud,or there are many quiet and silent ones out there..but the actaul machine is quieter than traditional coil machines.
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Brandon Bond said that he would be getting some Neuma's because they could get different looks from those machines v.s. coil machines. What kinds of things are the Neuma's able to do better than the coil machines? in your opinion.
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i think they can do pretty much the same thing,but without a lot of the hassles that might come with a traditional machine.also they are very light so it will help extend a career as far as hand problems.
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