The Curve coil device has an aluminum body and is mostly used for the body. The spring of this device is medium and is used for both lining and shading. The Crow coil machine has a power of 10 warps.
Steel core coils with 6, 8, 10 and 12 turns of the coil around the core. These coils, which are usually manually wound, act as an electromagnetic field and are connected to the base with screws. The spacer washers are mounted under the cores.
Wire gauge and the number of coils of the gun
The function of the coil is to generate a recurring magnetic field that inserts a rod and a needle into the skin. The coils have different sizes (around the coil) from 6 to 12. The term "wraps" refers to multiple layers of magnetic wire on an iron core. However, this term does not imply other important information such as the number of wires, amps, wire gauges and the type of core material that should be considered when buying.
The greater the number of turns of the coil, the greater its magnetic induction capacity (magnetic capacity). This means that the 8-screw coil exerts a downward pressure on the armature rod compared to the 6-screw coil. The 8-screw coil is standard. The size or gauge of the tattoo coil wire should be large enough to pass amps and current without increasing temperature and pressure. This standard gauge is for 22-24 wire coils. Weak wiring can cause the coils to overheat or simply not provide enough current to do the job properly.
Curve tattoo machine
The Kuro coil machine has an aluminum body and is mostly used for the body. The spring of this device is medium and is used for both lining and shading. The Crow coil machine has a power of 10 warps. This device has a medium aluminum spring and is suitable for lines and shadows. Coil devices are used more by the body than other devices due to their greater weight and sound. Most coils (except for the original devices, of course) do not have a specific brand, and from the appearance of the devices, such as the coil and the appearance, the power and quality of the devices can be recognized.
Is a 12-coil coil better than a standard 8-coil coil?
No. First of all, the only way to install a 12-screw coil on a standard machine is to use a wire with a smaller gauge, which means more resistance and less workflow. Over-twisting the coil actually "saturates" the core and turns it into a low-efficiency coil.
A machine that is properly assembled with an 8-coil coil always works harder and more powerfully and with a lower voltage than any machine with a 12-coil coil. A 12-screw coil will only work if you can increase the size of the device to almost twice the size to fit a 24-screw coil.
Equilibrium must be established between core size, wire size, number of turns and current / voltage value. If the coil has 100 screws, the wire size should be so small that it cannot produce enough current to lower the armature rod. Do you think this is the right thing to do?