SOLD. The Steampunk Axis rotary tattoo machine, revisited by Brian Campbell of Special Technique. Features a long stroke, medium to soft hit, and very smooth operation. It’s a work of art, and a daily driver. This machine is priced at $625. This machine is SOLD.
The Slingshot v3.0 rotary by Special Technique features hand lathed and milled details by Brian Campbell, and the same motor as in the Workhorse Irons rotary. It’s a oneoff and won’t be repeated. This machine has a long 4.5mm stroke, a medium to hard hit, and will do many tattoo tasks well. This machine is SOLD.
The Diver Down rotary tattoo machine… From the bottom of the sea to the far reaches of the galaxy, you will never see another creation like this. It’s a linear/rotary tattoo machine, which means it has a super precise and predictable needle acceleration. The Diver Down is perfect for outlining, line sculpting, and smaller magnum detail work. The long 4.5mm stroke allows for a variety of tube positions and needle group options. It’s a great tattoo tool, and and incredible museum quality piece of art. Powered by the same motor as in the Workhorse Irons rotary.
The Brass Wave Tracker rotary by Special Technique features a dampening adjustment and a long 5mm stroke. This machine will be your favorite outliner! It’s incredibly smooth, nearly robotic in its precision. The dampening adjustment will allow you to soften the needle hit for smaller needle groups, or make the hit a bit punchier for larger liners.
Brian Campbell really outdid himself on this machine. The engine door, dampening adjustment, and copper motor housing really make this machine a piece of beautiful art. This machine is a hand built oneoff, made from a solid slab of brass. Make this brass Tracker rotary tattoo machine yours…
The Brass Wave Tracker rotary is SOLD.
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The Om rotary tattoo machine by Special Technique features a 4mm stroke, a medium to hard hit, and a lot of hand metalwork by Brian Campbell. Same motor and drive bar as on the Workhorse Irons Rotary. Don’t you love the delicious ensemble of brass, copper, and aluminum? Free shipping in USA ONLY.
The OM rotary tattoo machine is SOLD.
Retro styling from the future. The Slingshot 3000 is one serious hunk of brass. Weighing in at a whopping 233 grams or 8.25 ounces, I’d say disposable tubes might feel kinda funny in this one. A heavy rotary feels smoother than a light one. Plus, you get that old feeling back where the machine does almost all of the work and you don’t have to throw your hand into it or ‘push’ at all… like you used to feel, back when you used coil machines lol….
The stroke is almost 5mm, so you can do most any task with this machine. The dampening/bog down is REALLY gradual… you could use a tight 3 very comfortably and just use the front 30 percent of the needle’s throw, or you could use a 25 mag and really sink it in there. This machine hits very soft, but has that confident push you expect from a rotary when the mechanism is fully loaded and bogged down.
The tube vise is REVERSIBLE for left or right handers. And, if you’re that crazy, you can adjust the frame and armature to make the stroke even longer.
The Slingshot 3000 has the same motor supplied with the Workhorse Irons Rotary, and I assembled the machine so it will be a joy to take apart and re-assemble. I predict you will burn up one motor per one year of hassle-free tattooing.
Brian and I are trying to more quickly to make them more affordable, but we often detour and get stuck wrenching on a machine twice as long as we should. This was one of those machines. It’s the first in a batch of 6 in various materials.
This is one of our all time greatest, and won’t ever be repeated. The price tag is $600. Email me direct at email@example.com if you are super serious about owning this machine. PROS ONLY, WE CHECK