CHOOSING AN SPMU MACHINE

With so many machines on the market, deciding which one to buy can be tough, and to make matters more complicated, what is the greatest machine for someone else may not be the best machine for you. Despite the fact that many permanent makeup machines are identical, there are a few minor distinctions to consider while selecting your next machine.

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The Coil Tattoo Machine is a well-known and effective tattoo machine. It works with typical needle-on-the-bar tattoo needles that are held in place inside a tube and tensioned with a rubber band. Within the tube, the needle moves in a straight line. Traditionally, this equipment has been used for regular body
tattooing.

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The Rotary Tattoo Machine gets its name from the rotation of the drive shaft, which causes the needle to move up and down. Many people prefer rotary machines to coil machines because they are smaller, lighter, and less intimidating, and pen-like variants (Hybrid Rotary Machines) have been designed expressly for PMU.
Traditional tattoo needle cartridges and power supplies are used in
rotary and hybrid rotary machines, which work similarly to digital rotary machines. Because they are compatible with universal tattoo needle cartridges, they are far less expensive than a digital rotary machine and offer a wider range of needle options.

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The Digital Rotary machine was created for permanent cosmetics and is a popular choice. It includes a small pen-style hand piece, numerous speed options, and a digital readout in most cases.
Because of the computerised components, they can be fairly costly,
especially as they frequently require manufacturer-specific needle cartridges. Manufacturer specific needle cartridges are normally more expensive, and their sizes and configurations are frequently limited. Although this may not be a factor when you initially start, as your skills improve, you will most certainly want more options.
Some rotary machines are powered by the device hand piece and
do not require a screen or settings, therefore they are less expensive, but their power is typically weaker when compared to other rotary machines.