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Revolutionizing Body Art from an Engineering Perspective: Integrating Servo Motors in Tattoo Machines

Duron Industries specializes in motion control design and manufacturing for robotic systems and have successfully built projects using servo motors. With each project, we take time to ensure our clients understand the requirements during the design concept and why our experts choose a servo motor to enhance your application.



The Role Servo Motors Play in Art


Innovative and Modern


Many people are unaware that tattoo machines use servo motors to help people create body art. By utilizing a servo motor in place of coil machines, modern tattoo equipment is revolutionizing both science and art. Rotary tattoo machines are compact, lightweight, and versatile because they require fewer external parts making them portable and easier for the artist to use.


Servo motors are known for their precision, control, variable speed, and torque to maintain proper velocity and acceleration. The functional design of a servo motor creates a linear motion (up and down) using a gear mechanism and feedback control system within the machine enclosure. They are programmable which allows for adjustable speed and quicker needle reaction. Please check out our previous blog post to learn more about servo motors, learn how our experts choose the right motor for your projects and submit a request to start working with us.


Engineering Design Capabilities:

  • Customizable

  • Compact

  • PCB (Printed Circuit Board)

  • DC Power

  • USB Charging

  • Mobility

  • Integrated Power and Control

  • LED Switches

  • Low Noise

  • Energy Efficient


For Reference Only - Coil Tattoo Machine

For Reference Only - Pen Rotary Tattoo Machine
For Reference Only - Direct Drive Rotary Tattoo Machine


If you're looking to design or manufacture your next tattoo machine, Duron Industries will collaborate with any artist to ensure you are getting the best product. Designing a motion control system can be complex, let us help you create a bill of materials for your next project.




Would you like to know more about Motors? We are preparing the next post in this series now. In the meantime, please visit the Duron Industries web page.


Already have a project in mind? Request a quote from our experts to get you started on your next project.




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