3408 Busch Drive, Suite HI
Grandville, MI 49418
Hours: M-F 9AM to 5PM EST
frequently asked questions
guaranteed for life?
iím stoked that you decided to buy your new tattoo machine from me, and, as always, your machine is guaranteed for life, provided itís unmolested.
this means, if it breaks, comes out of tune, or simply starts to suck, iíll back up my work, not only for as long as you own it, but iíll handle business for the next person who owns it. all i ask is that you donít take it apart, modify the machine in any way, or otherwise fuck with it. there are some exceptions, of courseÖ the addition of an RCA jack is no big deal, or changing the springs if they break, but once you loosen the coils, and start messing with the mojo, youíre on your own.
i donít tune them with o-rings, so i donít recommend installing one.
if you didnít find a coin on the spring shelf, itís for a reason.
my stuff isnít always going to work for everyone, but i try my best to make sure each machine is tuned to make sense for most tattooers, and perform as expected.
if it should ever fail to meet your demands, i suggest dropping me a line via email, instead of putting the machine in a drawer, or up for sale, so i can tend to your needs, and make sure youíre happy with your purchase.
i want people to USE my stuff. not put it away, or sell it.
sometimes this calls for some creative shimming. i like to think of these little differences as
something that adds character to the machines. they are truly hand made, and when you
employ old world methods like sand casting, hand milling, and hand filing, you will undoubtedly
run into variations among components.
how does it work?
workshop: (503) 954-3560
(Monday thru Friday, 10am to 6pm PST only, please!)