I will post up my thoughts on them both as soon as I get them and set up for some playtime!! cheers mate:icon_cheesygrin:will have to look into the Hildbrandt assassin ,,i use the hawk for everything and love it ,,only swopped over because i got sick of rebuilding my machines and healing time is down to around a week on most sessions ,,,good luck on your rotary m8 let us no how you get on with it :icon_biggrin:
I use needle runners and they are tops, no more elastic bands or bending needles plus the added protection from anything going down the back of the tube.
You have turn the voltage down 1 notch too as there is no resistance against the needle bar, purrs freely, smoothly and central.
https://www.needlerunner.com/new-co-groups.asp?groupID=1thanks for the pics and advice on the rotary viper and as for the needle runners i didnt even no about them so thanks for that guys ill be looking into that to and be ordering a rotary as my hawk needles are getting far to pricy ..
Yes, you only buy them from Hildebrandt website...where is the best place to buy hildebrandt rotarys in UK? all this talk of them is making think about getting one and trying it out? also is there any downoadable information on the settings between a liner and shader for rotary machines?
You can get hildbrandt products inclueding rotary's on ebay as well as the hildbrandt website!where is the best place to buy hildebrandt rotarys in UK? all this talk of them is making think about getting one and trying it out? also is there any downoadable information on the settings between a liner and shader for rotary machines?
Bought the first lot from Hildbrandt but found them also with Barber DTS so bought a second lot as they are local and postage is free
They cost *£4.99 for a 100 runners
Sounds great. Would Barber deliver these to non pro's?
The knockoffs are on Ebay and Amazon, but Im not sure how good they are.Hi Lee, as far as I can tell you can only buy them from Hildbrandt themselves.
Looks good. What do you set the volts for liner/shader?