Dimension LxWxH : 2″ x 1″ x 1.5″inch
Input voltage : 0- 12 volt DC (max. 14 volt
Power connections : RCA or clipcord
Rpm range Stitches / sec : 0 – 7200 rpm / min
0 – 130 / sec
Stroke length :
Standard stroke 3.5 mm: Most popular and versatile. Excellent soft black and grey shading capabilities, blending and layering colors, and for packing color and tribal black. Great for doing outlines ranging from single needle to 7 rounds.
Extra long stroke 4.2 mm: Best for line work especially with 9-14 liners. Recommended for packing traditional style color and tribal black. Packs a harder punch.
Max. tube diam : 08 mm
Max. needle size : 50 magnum
Weight : 3.8 ounces
-Swiss MAXON motor
-made with GOD energy
This wonderfully made tattoo machine weighs 3.8 OUNCES and
has a balanced ERGO-design that was designed in such a way that all the weight
was mathematically formatted by top engineers to flow with the weight of the
tube, thus giving an overall feel of virtual weightlessness. This particular
design has helped many artists with wrist pain issues and carpal tunnel
syndrome cramps, allowing them to work hours longer than they could have
The Bishop Rotary tattoo machine is made using billet
aircraft aluminum on state of the art 5 AXIS CNC machines for ultimate
precision, then hand polished, insuring tight tolerances and excellent
finishes. Each machine is hand assembled to insure precise fit and function.
Each Bishop Rotary tattoo machine is anodized to aircraft industry standards,
both for finish and ware resistance in friction areas.
We only use Swiss made MAXON motors to generate a linear
motion of the needle. The Bishop Rotary tattoo machine utilizes a “double sized
Needle Clip” eliminating the old standard rubber band to create the down force
on the needle. The clip holds the needle in place and eliminates any lateral
motion in the needle. This allows the artist to pick away at those ultra fine
For color packing and shading, run the machine between 7.5 –
8.5 volts depending on your hand speed and style. For lining, run the machines
between 8 – 9 volts depending on your hand speed and style.