The NeoTat Machine
Is designed to operate for many trouble free hours with minimal
The Neo Tat should be kept clean and sanitary at all times.
Regular maintenance means disassembling of the machine at least
every 200 hours of use and thoroughly cleaning and relubricating the
glide mechanism with a synthetic USDA approved H1 grade or better
PFTE oil and/or grease such as Super Lube.
The Neo Tat is designed to be run on DC current ONLY, and at a
voltage range of between 6 and 14 volts DC. Running the
machine on AC current or on a power supply of poor regulation will
damage the machine and void its warranty. The Neo Tat normally runs
at no more than 250 Milliamps of current. If the machine is drawing
more current than 350 Ma, or seems to slow down, get hot, or start
making excessive noise, then it must be disassembled, cleaned, and relubricated.
Following the maintenance instructions will show how easy it
is to maintain your new machine. So you may enjoy it for years to
Quality is Number One
We have created one of the best tattoo machines around,
have tested the Neo Tat exhaustively. In the lab, our machines have
been tested for endurance by running them at over 1000 hours
straight with no maintenance of any kind, and they have passed
flawlessly. We use Mabuchi motors in our machines because our
testing showed they last longer than others, including the German
and Swiss motors.
The NeoTat has been on the market now since 2004.
tattoo machine is inspected during every phase of manufacture, and
test run before it goes through the two hour run-in. Each machine is then cleaned and inspected
and run one
more hour. Then cleaned and inspected once more before packaging. Each power supply is either built or inspected and modified
in our facility before it is assembled / reassembled and tested under load for
We Proudly manufacture all our parts and hand build our machines in
Always open to suggestion, we continue to improve our products.
TapTatDaddio, NeoTat, Vivace, FooPedal
2004 - 2013