This is a light weight tattoo gun machine that is quite easy to handle. It is a precise machine thanks to a precision DC motor. The machine offers a continuous and silent operation without any vibration. It is a stable and versatile machine compatible with all needle cartridges. In addition, it comes with 20 needle cartridges for immediate use. The machine is also very easy to use. It allows you to easily change the frequency from 55 to 165Hz to meet different tattooing needs. The handle of the machine is also rotatable, which allows you to adjust the depth of the needle. Overall, this is a powerful tattoo machine with excellent lining and shading features.
- Operates stably with 6V-9V voltage ranges
- Adjustable frequency range
- Lightweight and easy to handle
- Low-noise levels and excellent stability
What kind of needles are used for tattoos?
Each surgical stainless steel needle configuration is consistently produced using razor sharp, flexible needles, grouped together with the highest precision. These new cartridges have also been engineered with a unique style stabilizing system that ensures optimal performance.
Which is the best tattoo cartridge on the market?
Kwadron has developed a strong reputation for manufacturing one of the best cartridges on the market using the highest quality materials available. The outer housing is produced with a medical grade plastic which greatly reduces the friction between the needle grouping and the tip.
What kind of tattoo machine do I Need?
Whether you’re looking for coil machines, rotary machines, tattoo pen machines, or custom tattoo machines, we’ve got you covered. Browse our full selection from the most trusted builders and manufacturers in the craft to find your next daily runner.
What does M1 mean on a tattoo needle?
M1 means weaved magnum. Many tattoo artists would like to use magnum needles to do shading. Generally, when you are doing lines, the tattoo needle angle should stay 45 to 60 degrees which are called a standard angle. An angle is less than 45 degrees is called a shallow angle.