Dan Kubin X Adam Ciferri Ghost Dog Revival Hybrid - Workhorse Irons
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-CNC iron frame designed in collaboration by Dan Kubin and Adam Ciferri.
-Hinge/compression machine functionality that eliminates any back spring or breakage problems.
-The machine comes configured for use as a slow or medium speed Liner or a fast shader. To easily change to a slow, punchy colour packer, simply remove the rear spring under the front spring.
-Fit for day to day street shop and/or custom tattooing.
-Medium speed with enough punch to push 3's to 14's no problem
-Runs at 125-130 Hz @ 6 volts with no load, ramps up to 9-10 volts for large clusters
-CNC cut iron with the utmost precision and care
-Mini sized frame with custom 1" AC x DK barrel coil for longer range and lower amperage
-Black Zinc Finish
-Deluxe blackened DK hardware and stainless spring
-Weighs 6 oz.
-Made in USA.
"Since working with Workhorse Irons, I've had the opportunity to remaster my Revival machine, but being able to merge it with Adam Ciferri's Ghostdog platform. There have been many things I have learned from the original Revival, along with many more years of experience with the compression/rolling spring pivot. Combine this with a superior magnetic circuit that Adam and Workhorse have fine-tuned, and you get something quite magical.
We are very pleased with the performance, versatility and ergonomics of this machine. Its functional voltage range starts at around 4.5 volts, and keeps going up without excessive chatter or heat. With the engineering that went into the spring configuration, the user does not have to settle for soft suckers to keep their springs from breaking.
This machine comes from stock as a strong, medium speed (or fast shading) liner at around 105-110 cps loaded. (Around 125-130 cps unloaded).
Due to the large voltage range, it is capable of all size needle groupings. (*The contact screw can be removed to operate in the 90 cps range as well). For a stronger stroke, the support spring under the contact spring can be removed. I have paid a lot of attention to weight distribution, to put the weight forward and low, providing superior stability, and preventing wrist fatigue.
Ladies and gentlemen, the Ghostdog Revival!
Thank you - Dan".