Rotary Tattoo Machine Liner Cam/bearing/wheel

Rotary Tattoo Machine Liner Cam/bearing/wheel

Rotary tattoo machine liner cam wheel for all 1st generation Hildbrandt rotary machines. This is a small size cam wheel designed for lining, capable of a stroke of up to 3mm. The general rule of thumb is, for direct rotaries, the smaller the cam wheel, the faster the machine, the more suited it is for lining. This cam wheel will fit the Executioner, Assassin, Marksman and Sniper. It is likely it will fit many other rotary tattoo machines on the market as well as along as the drive shaft of the motor is able to fit inside the connecting hole of the wheel. Product code HRMLC.

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Rotary Tattoo Machine Parts

We sell a lot of parts including rotary tattoo machine parts. We are a premier builder and importer of equipment and machines for the tattoo industry and if you are looking for spare parts, check with us, we’ll probably have something for you. This particular part is used for a rotary tattoo machine which consists of a motor, cam wheel, frame and tube vise. We have a total of 4 rotaries to choose from.

Liner and Shader Cam for Rotary Tattoo Machines

What is the difference between a liner cam and a shader cam for rotary tattoo machines? As with coil guns, a liner should run fast and a shader should run light and slightly slower. To achieve this with a motor driven piece, you will need a smaller diameter cam for more speed and a larger diameter cam for less speed.

USD 9.99

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  1. Dimitris October 24, 2012 REPLY

    Hi,i have one question….i want to buy 10 pieces of that rotary part….i have buy again but this time i like to have it express….can you give me a price for 10 pieces express and how many days will pass to have it? thanks
    Regards
    Dimitris

  2. glenn worley December 20, 2012 REPLY

    hi there im after a liner cam and a shader would it be ok for you to send me a email when you have some in stock please

    • newton December 22, 2012 REPLY

      Will have them in stock at the end of next week, sorry for the inconvenience!

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