OG Produce Tattoo Needle Cartridges
OG PRODUCE is committed to providing competitive-price, hygienic, and high-quality tattoo needle cartridges for tattoo artists around the world. Our cartridges are sterilized by ethylene oxide, with multiple standardized inspection procedures, compatible with cartridge grips and most brand machines on the market.
Round Liner: The perfect weapon for lining. From the 0.25mm circular lining for very thin lines to the powerful 0.40mm circular lining, you can determine the diameter of the contour independently.
Round Shader: As its name implies, it is a popular weapon in shadow. The most delicate and gentle transition effect can be obtained on difficult skin or velvet skin.
Magnum: Whether it is a small work or a large work, using OG PRODUCE Magnum needles, you can bring colors into the skin or create rich hues and color gradients.
Curved Magnum: Also known as "Round Magnum", this needle is used for very soft tone, realistic work or color gradient.
Hollow Round Liner: The Hollow Round Liner tattoo needle cartridge is designed with a hollow center, allowing for better ink flow and enhanced precision during lining work. This type of cartridge is commonly used for creating clean and defined lines in various tattoo styles.
Round Liner Tight: The Round Liner Tight tattoo needle cartridge is crafted with closely packed needle configurations, resulting in a dense arrangement of fine needles. This cartridge is ideal for achieving intricate details and precise linework in tattoos, ensuring a high level of accuracy and control.
Round Liner Loose: The Round Liner Loose tattoo needle cartridge features a looser grouping of needles compared to the tight version. This configuration allows for faster ink saturation and shading techniques. It is commonly used for creating soft gradients, shading, and smoother lines in tattoo artwork.
3*1003RL: The "3" in 3x1003RL denotes the number of needles in the cartridge, while "1003RL" signifies the size and grouping of the needles. This particular cartridge is commonly employed for various tattooing techniques, including outlining, shading, and creating detailed designs.