Solong Tattoo New Rotary Tattoo Machine Gun Permanent Makeup Pen TW Motor 25MM Full Adjustable Grip M671 1. New Rotary Tattoo Machine Gun for Shading Lining Coloring Permanent Makeup 2. The frame is perfectly CNC-machined from a solid block of aircraft aluminum and then anodized. 3. The motor...
Solong Tattoo New Rotary Tattoo Machine Gun Permanent Makeup Pen TW Motor 25MM Full Adjustable Grip M671
1. New Rotary Tattoo Machine Gun for Shading Lining Coloring Permanent Makeup
2. The frame is perfectly CNC-machined from a solid block of aircraft aluminum and then anodized.
3. The motor are 4.5w made in Taiwan.
4. The machine stroke has been dramatically increased up to 4mm. The increased stroke in conjunction with the rotational speed of the new drive and the optimized eccentric tappet provides very high speed and acceleration values.
5. The gun designed with both Jack connector and RCA connector, more convenient and widely used.
6. Coming with 25mm aluminum Grip, could compatible with the original hawk machines.
7. You will get 3pcs connection power line; you can combine them to suit for the traditional tattoo power supplies or the hawk power supplies.
8. Distinctive, ergonomic design. Versatile selection of needle cartridges for all concepts and styles
Manufacturers are not required to reveal their ingredients or conduct trials, and recipes may be proprietary. Professional inks may be made from iron oxides (rust), metal salts, or plastics.[ Homemade or traditional tattoo inks may be made from pen ink, soot, dirt, blood, or other ingredients.
Heavy metals used for colors include mercury (red); lead (yellow, green, white); cadmium (red, orange, yellow); nickel (black); zinc (yellow, white); chromium (green); cobalt (blue); aluminium (green, violet); titanium (white); copper (blue, green); iron (brown, red, black); and barium (white). Metal oxides used include ferrocyanide and ferricyanide (yellow, red, green, blue). Organic chemicals used include azo-chemicals (orange, brown, yellow, green, violet) and naptha-derived chemicals (red). Carbon (soot or ash) is also used for black. Other elements used as pigments include antimony, arsenic, beryllium, calcium, lithium, selenium, and sulphur.
Tattoo ink manufacturers typically blend the heavy metal pigments and/or use lightening agents (such as lead or titanium) to reduce production costs.