Chris Knows Best! The Right Tattoo Machine For You

Chris Knows Best! The Right Tattoo Machine For You

Los Angeles Body & Soul Lead Artist/Instructor Chris “Dolphin” Coles has an enormous sense of quality doing his work, and he guides us in the world of Tattoo Machines, showing us the best choices you could have to express your art over skin in a responsible way.
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How To Make Tattoo Machine at Home – Very Easy and Simple (Homemade Tattoo Gun with DC Motor)

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How to Use a Tattoo Machine

How to Use a Tattoo Machine. Part of the series: Tattooing. Using a tattoo machine involves setting the proper speed, using the appropriate needle for either outlining or shading, and making smooth, consistent lines on the skin. Learn the finer points of using a tattoo machine with helpful tips from an experienced tattoo artist in this free video on tattoo equipment. Read more:
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Brandyn Feldman Tattoo Machines – Tattoo Artist –

Feldman Tattoo Machines – Feldman Tattoo Machines are some of the most powerful and consistent tattoo machines on the market. Feldman is committed to ensuring you will be excited and proud to use your machine. These machines are built for the tattooer by the tattooer. Feldman Electric understands the industry and is proud of its craftmanship.

The creator of Feldman Tattoo Machines, Brandyn David Feldman, has been tattooing since 2002 with a love for all things technical. Tattooers come from a long line of craftsmen who worked hard to pave the road for where tattooing is today. Building his first tattoo machine in 2004, Brandyn soon figured out that he had to be a master at his craft. With countless hours molding and forging his knowledge into industrial and mechanical manufacturing, Feldman Electric continued to improve. Whether a machine part for Feldman Machines is cut on a precision screw machine lathe or milled on a Bridgeport or VMC, over at the Feldman workshop they build and craft all the parts to their tattoo machines much like the hard workers that built american industry in early 1900’s. When you buy a tattoo machine stamped Feldman Electric you are buying quality made machines for tattooers by tattooers.
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