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    Mike Drexler Tattoo Machine Builder

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    Interview by Adam Lauricella

    In February of 2011 I headed out on a day trip with some colleagues to the Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention.  I was looking for inspiration and a tattoo machine. I wasn’t sure who I would come across but I was hoping something would catch my eye. Lucky for me, something did.

    As I crept through the packed aisle searching for a new tattoo machine, I looked up and saw this very minimalist banner. It was reminiscent of images you might find on the pages of a vint ...

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    Soba One Tattoo Machine Interview

    thanks for taking the time Soba!
    As always, feel free to ask further questions and you might get an answer!
     

     

    Tattoo Machines NOW: Could you describe your tattoo machine building style?



    Soba: Hmmm... good question. I never really thought of it in that sense. I guess I build three main types consistently. Liners: I try to make them in the 130 to 150 Hz range- and generally strong enough for loose 7s. Of course, different frame geometries dont allow for this general set up, which is done on purpose. The Pilots for instance are long frames, so the a-bar is heavier. This makes it more difficult to achieve the speed. Shaders (color machines): I usually shoot for the 98 to 109 Hz range, and the hit really varies from frame t ...

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    Veritas Irons Tattoo Machine Interview

     Tattoo Machines NOW: 

    Could you describe your tattoo machine building style?

    Veritas Irons: Hmm pre-fab i guess Is "custom production" a term? Seems to kind of cancel each other out. I like clean lines and clean style. Not too many crazy nooks and crannies going on Although, I do paint or "swiss cheese" some machine frames from time to time, If you like tattoo machines that look like a bunch of skittles or it came from the bottom of the ocean, you will not find what you are looking for with me. Brass, bronze ...

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