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Beginner Liner shader tattoo machine explination


  1. this is a great video. the clearest info ive seen so far.

  2. Unscrew the contact screw so it does not touch the spring then screw it slowly til it touches & it shouldn't be at the tip end of the spring but around 5mm from end.The contact screw needs to touch well,another way is to place a grommet on the armature bar & run machine,look at grommet,if you see a neat figure eight as you look front on.


  4. Thank you very much!!!

  5. I learned something new!

  6. would it be ok to use a spark plug gapper to check gaps to know exactly what my gap measure meant is

  7. Great video but i have one (maybe stupid) question. When you say the angle of the contactscrew should be between 25° and 30°, from where is that messured. On the diagram, the angle of the liner's contactscrew seems way bigger than the one on the shader. Is the "zero-line" horizontal or vertical? The diagram suggest horizontal, hence my confusion…

  8. I wish i could give you a hundred thumbs ups for this very informative video

  9. Very informative. Thanks!

  10. Underground Demagraphix

    what ever im a machine builder an d to say its whatever works " ? you obviously dont know how a machine works or how to tune them .

  11. lot of this stuff sounds definitive, but there is really no rules in tuning any more – it is whatever works – works. people should get in habit of calling needles "loose" and "tight" instead of "liner" and "shader"

  12. Underground Demagraphix

    they are china machines that they buy and put their name on , I am a custom machine builder and I know what they do , and obviously by your name you get paid to say this . yur blocked

  13. excellent video

  14. nice video explain the best i have seen on here,

  15. Amazing video mate!!! Much appreciated!!!

  16. thanks sir. it helps me a lot to recognize which is liner and shader thumbs up

  17. italiansensation22

    Rewatch and rebuild the machine…best way to learn

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