Stigma®`s Hyper V3 ( Made in Germany ) Semi-rotary (hybrid) tattoo machine with swash-drive system and its motor placed vertically. The Hyper V3 has infinity-adjustable softness (give) and adjustable stroke which can be controlled easily with your fingers or a Hex (Allen) key by a screw on the top side of the machine. Now adjustable super soft, softer than any other rotary tattoo machine on the market but also adjustable hard as a rock if needed. Improved for lining, shading, color packing, layering, blending. Perfect for all tattoo work and artist styles. FAQ of Stigma Hyper V3 Now in a new even more ergonomic and well balanced design and with a new tube vice for the grips. Comes with the on the Fly and Bizarre proved and again optimized precision adjustable needlebar stabilizing system which allows us to operate the machine without rubber bands. You just need to add the exact amount of pressure against the needle bar to get a perfect stabilized needle. For harder hitting (lining or color packing) turn the control screw clockwise. For softer hitting (shading) turn the control screw counterclockwise. This machine is capable of hitting very softly compared to the best conventional coil shading machines. The Hyper V3 machine can be adjusted on the fly; you only need 5 seconds to turn it from a liner into a shader without need to even touch your power supply. Variable stroke length from 3,6mm up to 6,0mm for maximum efficiency and short healing times. Linear armature motion. Light-weight, low vibration, silent, easy to set up, simple to handle, flexible to use without tuning, without trouble. Weighs only 115 grams (4oz). The frame is perfectly CNC-machined from a solid block of aircraft aluminum and then anodized. Designed for use with standard needles, tubes, grips and power supplies. Powerful Swiss-made 4,5 watt motor by brand leader Maxon. Drives up to 50 needles or more without problems. Adjust the speed by the power supply to 3.000 ~ 10.000 stitches per minute, 8 -13 volt. RCA jack and clip cord connections are both on the machine. Patented machine copying or duplicating is not allowed. Stigma® is world market leader in innovatingand producing rotary tattoo machines. On our rotary machine models Hyper, Fly and Bizarre you can infinitely adjust, with no grades, the “give” and stroke which makes them indispensable for professionals and better, more comfortable to use than best coil machines by achieving the same and improved results How do I adjust the softness (“give”)? The Hyper V3 has a patented, unique and very effective infinity adjustable damping system developed by tattoo artist Artemis Rosakis. The Hyper V3 is equipped with an adjustable screw to control softness (“give”). the control screw can be adjusted by your fingers or by a Hex (Allen) key. The more you tighten the control screw, the stiffer the a-bar becomes and the machine hits harder. When you unscrew the control screw, the a-bar becomes looser (the looser, the softer), and the machine hits softer (give effect). This adjustment allows you to fine-adjust the machine to suit your needs in just seconds. How do I adjust the stroke-length (hub)? On the Hyper V3, the stroke-length (hub) changes automatically in combination with the softness (“give”) adjustment feature and the speed (“volts”). When adjusted for lining you get shorter but harder strokes (minimum 3,6 mm long). When adjusted for shading you get longer but softer strokes (maximum 6 mm long). When you increase the speed (by the volts) you get longer strokes. When you decrease the speed (by the volts) you get shorter strokes. Note the amount of pressure against the needlebar with the needle stabilizer affects the stroke-length (hub). How do I adjust the speed (strokes per second or Hertz)? From your power supply by the volts, please note that the speed also affects the stroke-length (hub) the faster you run the Hyper V3 the longer is getting the stroke-length (hub).Also please note that rotaries need good power supplies, good cords with tight connections to run well, cheap and bad power supplies do not have constant output, run with fluctuations and damage the motors on rotary machines of any brand. Volts (speed) VS stroke - length? 8 volts with the control screw tight for no give = 3.6 mm stroke length. 8 volts with the control screw adjusted 2 turns for medium give = 3.7 mm stroke length. 8 volts with the control screw adjusted 3.5 turns for plenty of give = 5.0 mm stroke length. 9 volts with the control screw tight for no give = 3.8 mm stroke length. 9 volts with the control screw adjusted 2 turns for medium give = 4.0 mm stroke length. 9 volts with the control screw adjusted 3.5 turns for plenty of give = 5.3 mm stroke length. 10 volts with the control screw tight for no give = 4.0 mm stroke length. 10 volts with the control screw adjusted 2 turns for medium give = 4.2 mm stroke length. 10 volts with the control screw adjusted 3.5 turns for plenty of give = 5.5 mm stroke length. 11 volts with the control screw tight for no give = 4.0 mm stroke length. 11 volts with the control screw adjusted 2 turns for medium give = 4.8 mm stroke length. 11 volts with the control screw adjusted 3.5 turns for plenty of give = 6 mm stroke length. 12 volts with the control screw tight for no give = 4.1 mm stroke length. 12 volts with the control screw adjusted 2 turns for medium give = 5.0 mm stroke length. Volts VS Hertz or strokes per second ? 8 volts with no give = 66 HZ, 8 volts with maximum give 3,5 turns on the control screw = 60 HZ 9 volts with no give = 83 HZ, 9 volts with maximum give 3,5 turns on the control screw = 78 HZ 10 volts with no give = 100 HZ, 10 volts with maximum give 3,5 turns on the control screw = 95 HZ 11 volts with no give = 116 HZ, 11 volts with maximum give 3,5 turns on the control screw = 110 HZ 12 volts with no give = 133 HZ, 11 volts with maximum give 3,5 turns on the control screw = 120 HZ How do I stabilize the needle? Adjust the stabilizers regulator and add the exact amount of pressure against the needlebar and get a perfect stabilized needle, make sure you don’t add much more pressure than necessary against the needle-bar because this may cause bad ink flow. The machine will slow down and the amount of give will be minimized. What is the position of the a–bar and the needles when the motor stops? The mechanism of the Hyper V3 has a spring that pushes up the armature bar with the needles when the motor stops. This means that when the machine stops, the needles are inside the tube most of the times. How often does the Hyper V3 require service? If the right lubricant is used (use synthetic grease ONLY!!), the Hyper V3 will run smoothly for years. We are available for assistance and guidance well after your purchase and can offer you any parts that you may need as well as our services in our repair and assembling shop at reasonable prices. What type of power supply will I need? All Stigma®-Rotary machines work with almost any power supply but good quality power supplies are strongly recommended. The Eikon EMS 250 does not work with rotaries. If you want to use the Eikon EMS 300 then check the menu for a rotary mode and turn it on. If your Eikon EMS 300 does not have a rotary mode on the menu then it will run only for a few seconds. In this case, Eikon is willing to upgrade the software of your EMS 300 for free, you just pay for the shipping cost. All new Eikons EMS 300 work with rotaries and all other future Eikon models will be rotary compatible.

Stigma®`s Hyper V3 ( Made in Germany )

₨95,000.00Price