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Adjusting the Stroke Length on the Chroma pen

Mastering the Adjustable Stroke Mechanism with Chroma

Hey everyone, George here with another exciting update on our latest tattoo machine, Chroma. Today, we're exploring one of its standout features: the adjustable stroke mechanism.

The Legacy of Our Adjustable Stroke Mechanism

We've been perfecting this mechanism for almost a decade, starting with the first version of the Spear back in 2016. Since then, our innovative adjustable system has become a staple in many tattoo machines across the industry.

Ease of Use and Mid-Session Adjustments

One of the best things about our adjustable stroke mechanism is its simplicity. You don't need any tools, and you can even make adjustments mid-session without unwrapping your pen. Let's break down the process:

How to Adjust Your Stroke Length

  1. Hold the Machine: Grip the machine by the ring in the middle.
  2. Rotate the Top Part: Turn the top part while following the guide marks to set your preferred stroke length. You can do this even while the motor is running.

The guide marks are there to help you, but you don't need to set the stroke exactly on 3.3 or 4.1 mm. Find the sweet spot that works best for your style. Chroma offers a range from 2.8 to 4.5 mm, accommodating any tattooing style with ease.

Unlimited Configurations with Hyperdrive

When combined with our Hyperdrive technology, the adjustable stroke mechanism offers virtually unlimited configurations. Whether you prefer a medium stroke with a powerful, steady hit, or a longer stroke with a softer touch, Chroma adapts to your needs. It's the first rotary pen that allows artists to tailor their machine precisely to their preferences without any special knowledge, tools, or techniques. Just experiment and discover what works best for you.

Join the Conversation

We want to hear from you! What do you think of adjustable stroke tattoo machines? Do you prefer an all-in-one device, or do you use different machines for different tasks? Share your thoughts in the comments below, and feel free to ask any questions. We're here to help and will see you in the next video.

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