hell fire man i had all the issues i got on eBay i think they were 8 issues i got them up on eBay eikon would not sell them to me so yeah i have to say eikon does a good job to keep out the non pro's out of the loop but i got all the old issues on eBay but i have to say i didn't really care for them to read for some how these guy want to get a machine to run on a test over or at 300hz the green monster test .some thing were help for but mostly to help others who cant under stand . and it was cool i didn't know that you can cook up some good food recipes in a autoclave that is red neck like me to try some thing like that. but i have went to the web site it was down and maybe no more issues are coming out .will over and out good buddy . and come on
they aren't printing machine gun mag any more, but i am pretty sure that you can download it, i just dont know where. i have all 8, they are an awesome read, they even have recipes for cooking with an autoclave
Tatgun , you dont care to read about how a machine works and how to tune one ? You must not care for learning facts about a machine. You buy machines tuned dont you or ya a scratcher. Those mag are better then ANY book out about machines OR tuning
hi back these are book are good.but if you like a good book on tuning machine's joey desormeaux tattoo machine book and yes i did get on the web but not eBay and the other good one on if you want is tattoo machine in there secrets . i know eBay still have them . and yes i did get a few thing out of the machine gun mag . also to let you know i did a short time in a apprenticeship back in the early 90's for about 6 months but i am going back to learn more or get anther apprenticeship when thing start to open up.and yes i don't scratcher that why i am going to wait .i a had over 15 years to do the scratcher bullshit .so time to do thing right .so i hope to get my shop down the road. but tell then it not going to stop me from learning new thing.and get new info .and yes i do know how to tune and build a machine .for year's but i need to learn in apprenticeship about more on new thing and just get it done and over with.so i can move on to get my shop open.
Yeah, does anyone know what ever became of Bill Baker? Is he doing anything new post Eikon? I've been meaning to google him for over a year to see if he is on to bigger and better things. I think his contribution to the industry revolutionized the way we communicate and talk about our machines from the "scientific method". Cheers to Bill for giving so much to all of us! If anyone knows about recent activity on him, I'd love to know....