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Dragonhawk Complete Tattoo Kit 2 Machine Gun 10 Color Inks Power Supply : Beauty & Personal Care

Two DragonHawk tattoo machines for lining and shading, Cast iron tattoo machine 10 wrap coils. Made of superior composite material, the spring is high-elastic and anti-fatigue for long-time working, made of Cooper coils 10 popular color immortal inks, famous brand made in the USA LED digital tattoo power supply with foot pedal and clip cord, provide quick and accurate activation/voltage adjustments. Improve your machine reliability and efficiency with smooth consistent power output from the Dragonhawk power box EO sterilize tattoo needles, tips and more accessories for tattoo artist Dragonhawk tattoo supply made for tattoo artists, make easy tattooing (Source: www.amazon.com)

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Tattoo Machine

A tattoo machine is a hand-held device generally used to create a tattoo, a permanent marking of the skin with indelible ink. Modern tattoo machines use electromagnetic coils to move an armature bar up and down. Connected to the armature bar is a barred needle grouping that pushes ink into the skin. Tattoo artists generally use the term "machine", "pen", or even "iron", to refer to their equipment, and the word "gun" is also occasionally used.

Tattoo Machines, Needles and Utilitie

Starting out as a professional tattooist back in 1977 in Copenhagen, Denmark, Frank Rosenkilde has personally experienced the remarkable development of tattoo machines, needles and utilities: all the way from home-made equipment to industrial products of substantially improved quality. Machines can be constructed like the traditional dual-coil and single-coil machines or can be e-coil, rotary and hybrid machines, with the more convenient and precise rotary machines being the recent trend. This development has resulted in disposable needles and utilities. Newer machines are more easily kept clean and protected with foil to prevent crosscontaminations and infections. The machines and the tattooists' knowledge and awareness about prevention of infection have developed hand-in-hand. For decades, Frank Rosenkilde has been collecting tattoo machines. Part of his collection is presented here, supplemented by his personal notes. (Source: www.karger.com)

 

 

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