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Post by easy31st on Wed May 11, 2016 3:47 am



Here's some machines I put together. The color packet a shader have ringmaster coils, and the liner has baltimore street irons coils. These are the first machines I put together. The Paul Rogers style frame was a raw steel frame from eBay that I grinded down a little and painted and the other two jensen frames came powder coated.
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Post by easy31st on Wed May 11, 2016 3:58 am



Here's the rest of my machines
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Post by Ketchup Kid on Wed May 11, 2016 5:01 pm

pretty cool,

all coils,

are you against rotaries?
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Post by easy31st on Wed May 11, 2016 5:27 pm

reset818 wrote:pretty cool,

all coils,

are you against rotaries?
Nah I don't have nothing against them I just never tried them out yet. I was thinking of getting a hummingbird with the maxon motor.
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Post by Ketchup Kid on Wed May 11, 2016 8:50 pm

yeah I don't know much about coils or rotaries, but I been finger fucking a couple of coils for long time.. i studied how they work and I finally have a liner but I couldn't get a shader going. all decent parts. very frustrating for me.

then I tried a low end rotary and it felt right to me. the brand was storm which competes with stealth, both low end but not clones. it was pretty decent, but it died on its first run so I learned these rotaries can give out any moment.

so then I been trying some clones and I was surprised that they work even tho they look like junk and cost $3.50. I hate junk so I sort of hate myself at the moment.

I want a good one too but it seems like it's about $400 to play with the real deal.
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Post by easy31st on Wed May 11, 2016 9:40 pm

I feel what you're saying. I've been fucking with coils for a year now and I can't tell you how many times I took them apart and put them back together, changed springs to see what works best for what I'm gonna use it for. Trial and error that's it. The way I see it coils never burn out the most you have to do is change springs and tune them and you're good to go. I wanna knows coils front to back before I move on to a rotary. I've learned a lot though. I could pretty much get the speed and how hard I want them to hit easily now. I think you should keep tinkering with the coils they're pretty simple once you know the basics.
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Post by gaztred on Thu May 12, 2016 6:00 am

If you are looking for a top quality rotary at at very reasonable price with a lifetime guarantee then check out the rotary works machines. Dale and Ian build these machines and are genuine people to deal with. I have 4 of their machines and when one needed a service they took it back and serviced for free all I paid was postage. Check their website and read some reviews on the web. To be honest, I don't think you can go wrong
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Re: My machines

Post by head on Thu May 12, 2016 9:14 am

easy31st wrote:
reset818 wrote:pretty cool,

all coils,

are you against rotaries?
Nah I don't have nothing against them I just never tried them out yet. I was thinking of getting a hummingbird with the maxon motor.
don't get a hummingbird they don't last at all....there a good machine but they just don't last
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Re: My machines

Post by easy31st on Thu May 12, 2016 10:59 am

head wrote:
easy31st wrote:
reset818 wrote:pretty cool,

all coils,

are you against rotaries?
Nah I don't have nothing against them I just never tried them out yet. I was thinking of getting a hummingbird with the maxon motor.
don't get a hummingbird they don't last at all....there a good machine but they just don't last
Have you tried the one with the maxon motor?
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Post by easy31st on Thu May 12, 2016 11:03 am

gaztred wrote:If you are looking for a top quality rotary at at very reasonable price with a lifetime guarantee then check out the rotary works machines. Dale and Ian build these machines and are genuine people to deal with. I have 4 of their machines and when one needed a service they took it back and serviced for free all I paid was postage. Check their website and read some reviews on the web. To  be honest, I don't think you can go wrong
That sounds good. I looked at them before, when I'm ready to commit and buy a rotary then I'll give them a look. I don't think I'm buying a rotary for a while though
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Post by Ketchup Kid on Thu May 12, 2016 4:43 pm

yeah i was checking out rotary works and was stoked until i saw the prices were in GBP and not dollars.

now i am waiting for the dollar to go up or GBP to drop so i can make my move... clown clown
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Post by head on Thu May 12, 2016 11:12 pm

easy31st wrote:
head wrote:
easy31st wrote:
reset818 wrote:pretty cool,

all coils,

are you against rotaries?
Nah I don't have nothing against them I just never tried them out yet. I was thinking of getting a hummingbird with the maxon motor.
don't get a hummingbird they don't last at all....there a good machine but they just don't last
Have you tried the one with the maxon motor?
yes i have...i had 2 1 with maxon & 1 without...
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Post by easy31st on Thu May 12, 2016 11:39 pm

Did the one with the Macon motor burn out fast too?
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