Inside: What is a Pneumatic Tattoo Machine?
What is a pneumatic machine?
What is a pneumatic tattoo machine?
How does a Pneumatic Tattoo Machine Work?
The original machine is powered by an air compressor. You have to attach the machine to the air compressor before releasing the pressure.
Once the pressure is released, it powers the machine’s motor so that the needle can move up and down for tattooing. You can adjust the pressure from the air compressor to control how fast or slow you want the needle to move.
If you are using the hybrid machine, you have the option of using an air compressor or electricity to power it. All you have to do is connect the machine to an electric power source, switch on your machine and get tattooing.
Learn More About Tattoos
- Tattoo Antiseptic + Aftercare – Most tattoo artists have their own personal set of aftercare instructions. But one piece of advice they all have in common is to touch your tattoo with clean hands only. I recommend that you listen to the verbal directions from your tattooer first, then refer to the written directions after. Also, take into consideration that washing your hands shouldn’t be a quick three-second rinse.
- What is a Cover-Up Tattoo? – Is the act of tattooing over a previously unwanted design with a new tattoo. It is usually seen as being one of two options of removing an unwanted tattoo; the other option being laser removal. Covering up an unwanted tattoo is generally cheaper than tattoo removal.
- Single Needle Tattoos – A single needle tattoo is a variation of a fine line tattoo. It is, essentially, the finest of fine line tattooing. That means that, unlike the standard use of multiple needles when tattooing, there is only one needle being used. This results in super thin, dainty, and detailed pieces.