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t tech

has any one used or seen these tubes its a company out of canada it has disposable cartridge with needles like hawk but much more inexpensive and the hawk cartridge works on them as well it has stainless tube with a disposable tip and needle if any one has any info or input please share


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yeah I know a few people who use them, pretty cool idea, rather than have 3 or 4 machines set up . you can swap out the tips instead of the machines. the grip comes with a needle bar with a rubber type tip on the end that fits into the replacable tips. one cool thing is that the ink stays in the tips, and dont ride up the tube. I havent heard any complaints from them. here is a link to their web site.

http://www.ttechtattoo.com/
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We love them at our shop!!! We been loving the hawk and the cartriges, but t tech just made it possible for use to use it on nearly all tattoos we do. Its basically the same price as using disposable tubes now plus the time we save setting up, breaking down, sanitizing an cleaning tubes etc might even be cheaper than original setup! I see big things comin from this...the setup for non-hawk machines is bad ass. Tho I still prefer bug pins for black and grey but started using the t tech tips with my stigmas and mithra needles as well as the cartridges. Havnt used them much with coils tho cause hawk is a killer liner. These cartridges are so accurate with the guides that hold the needle to the back of the tube so there is no wobble and no unnecessary movement from the needle. Causes very little trauma to the skin, almost no redness!!! Check out the koi in color an phoenix in b&g I did recently with hawk. Photo are immediately after. I hope mithra and other needle makers start producing these cartridges but honestly been really digin the groupings. T tech has definitely shown that they are not that expensive to make and cuttin off the bs monopoly on these cartridges. definitely worth checking out if you haunt yet.

http://el-dugi.com
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how do you adjust the needle that go out of the tube?
some people work by the needle,otheres like the needle go out ...
i think that this needles work good for rotarys ,but not for coils with long strokes
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You simply adjust it the same way you would for the normal setup. Just clamp the tube higher or lower in the machines tube vice.

The hawk you can adjust it my merely Turing the hawk tube, it clicks.
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T Tech needles are cheap Chinese copies, and also they are NOT STERELIZED at all. Good Luck in using them!
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What is your reference for this Information?
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The same company was selling unsterol needless in Europe, and in 2009 they were sued in Spain and banned form the European market. That's why they couldn't get to the USA, but made it to Canada, just like some of the drug companies.. I'll email you the article.
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Yes please email it or post link. Gracias
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the hawk needles is very expensive,the y want to make lots of money.
this t-tech company got the needles in less than half of the price.
i dont know if the needles is sterilezed or not,if not sterilezed by tourself and even that you save lot of money.
the t tech grip let you use hawk needles in every machines ,perfect for those how like coils
the hawk motor is not very powerfull,so you can put this grip in another rotary
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http://www.flickr.com/photos/64835423@N03/?saved=1

We claim that EZ needle cartridges are being EO sterilized and packaged individually.

These photos will let you know how we make our needles.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/64835423@N03/?saved=1
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great photos for those that talk shit about ttech
HAWK is bettere reduce the prices or your needles go out:-)
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EZ disposable tattoo needle cartridges used with EZ Grips are compatible with all coil tattoo machines and conventional rotary tattoo machines.

In the tattoo needles market, conventional needles are the most used needles. The cost of conventional needles is much lower than needle cartridges. In order for tattoo artist to accept needle cartridges T-Tech makes a low profit and low price policy.
Our low price policy might make The Cheyenne Hawk Company and their distributors unhappy because EZ Needle Cartridges are compatible with the Cheyenne Hawk machines.
T-tech EZ needle cartridges are not a copy of Cheyenne Hawk needle cartridges. It is a new Innovative Design. There are several technical features that Cheyenne Hawk needle cartridges do not have in comparison to T-Tech needles. We designed our EZ needle cartridges to be compatible with the Cheyenne Hawk machines for tattoo artists that want/need more options of needles.
T-tech tattoo device Inc is a legal Canadian Company, and we have always been a Canadian company. Cheyenne hawk company claims they have a patent in USA for their needle cartridges. We would like to resolve the patent dispute legally with the Cheyenne hawk company. As if right now before the patent issue is resolved. We suggest artists who use Cheyenne hawk machine in USA to buy original Cheyenne hawk needles. We welcome artists in Canada, Europe and other countries to buy and use our needles cartridges and grips. We also welcome artists in USA to buy our grips, tips and other products.
Almost all premade tattoo needles and plastic tubes on the market around the world are made in China, the needles in Cheyenne hawk cartridges are made in China too. We have visited almost all tattoo needle manufactures in China, and we know the hygienic condition of these manufactures. We have not found any conventional tattoo needles manufactures more hygienic than our needle cartridge manufacture. T-tech guarantees hygienic tattooing. T-tech EZ needle cartridges are being EO sterilized. The cost of EO gas sterilizing is only about 2% of the cost of the needle. The cost of the packaging and sterilized packaging material is over 10 times the cost of the EO gas sterilizing. It would not make sense for us not to EO gas sterilize our needles.
These photos will let you know how we make our needles.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/64835423@N03/?saved=1

We do not distribute Cheyenne hawk needles and machines. There are photos with Cheyenne hawk machine mounted with T-tech EZ needle cartridge on our web site. That is just to illustrate our needle cartridge are compatible with Cheyenne hawk machine, because many artists ask us if our needle cartridge fit the Cheyenne hawk machine. We do not believe posting these photos is illegal. Cheyenne hawk have request us to take off these photos from our website. We understand their feelings. However we will take off these photos after they stop saying our needles are not sterilized.
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ok,i try the t-tech needlee ,they are much better soldered than the hawk,no hooked needles in a box of 20.
the only problem is inside the cartedrige the rubber band dont result so well as the rubber in the hawk needle.
the t-tech is very soft ,you save some volts but the needle dont run so good
my advice for t-tech guys,is that change the rubber just like the hawk and thats it the hawk have to reduce the price for half
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have any one tired this things with coil machine? how it is works? is it have any problem when machine backing up? is it works same?
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Stand up company, great groupings with competitive pricing.
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The problem of the t-tech cartrige design is that they don´t have a rubber membrane to avoid the flow of ink through the backside of the cartrige. That involves the risk of cross-contamination.
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YES BUT MUCH BETTER PROBLEM IS THAT CHEYENNE GRIP IS NOT AUTOCLAVABLE AND IT MEANS
THAT THIS MACHINE IS NOT 100% SAFE.
WHEN THEY FIRST STARTED WITH THE MACHINE
IN THE MANUAL WAS EXPLAINED THAT YOU CAN AUTOCLAVE GRIPS AND AFTER A TIME THEY SAID YOU CANNOT AUTOCLAVE THEM.
COVER THE MACHINE WITH PLASTIC AND LATEX
SLEEVE IS NOT AN ALTERNATIVE AN IT IS NOT 100%
HYGIENIC......
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Don't know where the last post got the idea that you can't sterilize the cheyenne hawk grip from?. I own a hawk and have been using it for over a year with 1 single grip and autoclaving it every day with no problems.

Also I have used both T-Tech needles and Cheyenne hawk needles. Cheyenne hawk needles are good but expensive considering there made in China the same as T-Tech and also cheyenne have a bad rate of faulty needles. T-Tech on the other hand I have been using for a few months and not a single needle has been faulty. Yes the needle cartridge has no rubber seal but have you ever opened one after use??? I have and no problems with this so called back flow and cross contamination, And not sterile??? all those people out there that are using coil machines and pre-made needles these are also made in china so why would they not sterilize the t-tech needles. What a stupid comment!

In my opinion I would suggest that Cheyenne would make there needles more consistent and more cost effective. Im not saying they need to be as cheap as t-tech but be competitive and reliable.
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Ever tried to put a coil machine into an autoclave? You touch the frame and the coils day by day . The surface of the hawk is much easier to clean than any coil maschine. The hygienic requirement in Austria is that only parts of the machine that touches the skin have to be sterilized. No difference if it is a steel tube or a hawk cartridge. In my opinion the hawk is a much saver and cleaner solution that any other tattoo machine.
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GRIP NOT MACHINE. CHEYENNE IS DESIGNED AS A COSMETIC MACHINE NOT AS A TATTOO MACHINE.
SO YOU NEVER STERILIZED GRIPS BEFORE YOU STARTED WITH CHEYENNE?
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