|Stigma Soldier - Nuclear Green|
The Soldier is a great machine for those who like to use Brushless motors, known for their stability and continuity over time. Our 5W Brushless Maxon motor is starting at 7 Volts and you go up to 14 Volts. It is also ideal for artists who like to be able to change the stroke length and the softness. The Soldier features a unique Magnetic stroke excenter, which can easily be pulled out and reconnected on a different angle without any tools to achieve your desired stroke length within a matter of seconds, it will literally snap in to place due to it being magnetic. The Soldier also features Magnetic-Attachable Cartridge pushers in 3 grades, Hard , Medium and soft making this machine fully customizable.
The Soldier is a dedicated Stigma cartridge machine. The Stigma cartridge system is unique and completely different and safer than any other cartridge system on the market.
?5 Watt Brushless Maxon Motor starting at 7 volts
?Quick Adjustable stroke on the fly from 2,8mm to 4mm with no tools or interchangeable parts
?Weight: 75 grams
Can I use Cheyenne style cartridges with my Soldier machine? No. There are two reasons why the Soldier is incompatible with Cheyenne style cartridges. The first is the Stigma-Screw-On connection on the Soldier machine is unique to Stigma grips. The second is that the Stigma cartridge drive bar that is fixed to the Soldier machine has a rubber plunger on the end, that will not fit down Cheyenne style cartridge grips.
Are Stigma cartridges compatible with Cheyenne style / RPG Click cartridge grips? No, Stigma cartridges are unique and will only fit in to a Stigma grip.
Can I use Stigma cartridges with my none Stigma machines? Yes, there are a few different options depending what machine you use. Stigma? have created a Universal-Screw-On connection clickable grip, which can be screwed directly on to the likes of Cheyenne or Spektra machines, where the needle depth can be adjusted by clicking clockwise or anti-clockwise. There are also universal Stigma? grips with backstems for traditional vice systems, where the needle depth can also be adjusted by clicking clockwise or anti-clockwise. These can also be used in conjunction with a Universal-Screw-On vice adapter, to enable you to connect these grips up to Universal-Screw-On connections featured on the likes of Cheyenne or Spektra machines.