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I need some body to tell me the name of all the parst I need to build my own tattoo power supply. and where to start . Answered

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Ironic, there are more "answers" in here than the original question....

Steve

Well I'd start with the question you asked here an hour ago, the one where you said you had all the parts ?

Yeah, why did I bother to write it all out if it's gonna fall on deaf ears.

Fullout Capslock should be a bannable offense.

We NEVER mention bans on ibles...just not very common on this community...

I really really want a button that flags a question as duplicate, referencing an answered best answer...

Seems like somebody once put together a filter for Knex, I wonder how hard it would be to write a cap converter.
Something that would just automagicially convert any string of more than say, 5 or 6 caps (excluding numbers and punctuation, but including spaces) to lower case. Maybe it could also change the color of converted text to indicate that a case conversion had taken place.

It would be easier to buy one. You need to be able to tweak the voltage and the current depending on the gun you are using at the time. I'm no tech head, but I have been getting tattooed by the same artist for over 15 years (on and off) and have picked up a few pointers.
Each gun is different, different needles are used to line/shade etc., each person is different, different parts of your body where the skin is softer/tighter/exposed to sun, all require fine tuning to get good operation of the guns. Even different colours (that's how we spell it over here) of ink handle differently. If you want to do good work you need good equipment (and some skill so that the customer doesn't kill you), unless you're in jail (gaol), then you will have to make do with what you have.

That should give you some idea of what to do.

Depending on what kind of output your looking for and what type of tatt gun your using would be helpful. Pro or homemade?