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Tattoo Kit with rotary machine without aluminum case

Tattoo Kit without aluminum Alloy Box

1) Tattoo machine 2pcs
2) Power supply 1pcs
3) Foot switch 1pcs
4) Clip cord 1pcs
5) Aluminum alloy grips 2pcs
6) Tattoo needles (10pcs For Each) (3rl,5rl,7rl,9rl,5m1,7m1,9m1,3rs,5rs,7rs)
7) Disposable tips(5pcs For Each) (3rt,5rt,7rt,9rt, 5ft,7ft,9ft)
8) Ink cup 50pcs
9) O rings 50pcs
10) Needle pad 50pcs
11) Rubber bands 50pcs
12) Disposable gloves 2pcs
13) Practice skins 1pcs
14) Thermal copier paper 2pcs

Category Tag


  • Tattoo machine or gun: This is the tool used to apply the tattoo ink to the skin. It typically consists of a handheld device with a motor that drives a needle or needles up and down to puncture the skin and deposit ink.
  • Bar needles: These are specialized needles that feature a straight bar configuration, rather than a circular grouping. They are commonly used for lining and shading work, and are available in a variety of sizes and configurations to create different effects.
  • Power supply: This is the device that provides electricity to the tattoo machine. It typically includes a foot pedal or switch to control the speed and intensity of the machine.
  • Grips and tips: These are the components that attach to the tattoo machine and hold the needles in place. They come in various sizes and materials to provide comfort and control for the artist.
  • Accessories: Some tattoo kits may also include other items such as gloves, stencil papertransfer solution, and cleaning supplies.

Step 1 – Arrange the Components

Organize all the parts in front of you. This will give you a better view of everything and help to make sure you assemble it correctly.

Look at the machine first. There should be a contact screw and underneath it a front spring—these should be at a distance similar to the thickness of a coin. The distance between these two points is what controls the line you’re tattooing. If it’s off, this could ruin a tattoo. Correct it by turning the drive of the screw which will increase or decrease the distance.

Step 2 – Prepare the Needles

Check your needles. These should have been pre-sterilized and supplied in an unopened package. Inspect them for any flaws. Bent or dull needles can cause more bleeding, leading to a painful tattoo and, potentially, scarring.

The tube, which is where you hold the machine, should also be inspected. There are two types: disposable and autoclaved. These should be supplied in a sealed package. If the package is opened, discard it. Insert the needle into the tube.

Step 3 – Assembly

Once the needle is in the tube, you need to insert it in the tube slot. Slide it up enough to tighten the wingnut slightly. The wingnut is what connects the tube with the machine.

Make sure the eye loop of the needle is turned to the left when you insert the armature bar nipple ring. This will ensure the needle is inserted correctly, If not correct, it could lead to a very painful skin piercing, with no ink.

Set the correct length of the needle—meaning the distance from the tip of the tube to the needle. Tighten the two screws to secure it. I recommend keeping it at between 0.04 of an inch and 0.07 of an inch.

A useful tip is to place a rubber band around the coils. This will help to stabilize the needles, resulting in a much cleaner line.

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