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Lot Cartridge Needles Round Liner - .30

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Lot Cartridge Needles Round Liner - .30 Box of 20


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Type: Round Liner LONG TAPER Cartridges

Needle diameter: 0.30 mm

Bundle packaged in individual sterilized E.O. blister.

Box of 20 pieces.

Cartridges secured by a membrane

CE certified


We manufacture the best tattoo needle cartridges on the market.

No matter what type of tattoo cartridge you're looking for, we manufacture all the configurations perfect for lining, shading, and color filling.

All our Baker cartridges are of the highest quality and feature precisely welded needles as well as a secure membrane preventing ink and blood from flowing back into the sleeve.

Cartridge tattoo needles offer additional benefits that you won't find in traditional bar needles. With the cartridges, you will benefit from all the following advantages:

Ease of Transition: It's simple to swap needle groups when working with cartridges, which effortlessly lock into place. Additionally, when using cartridge needles, you don't need machines specifically dedicated to each type of needle used during a tattoo session.

Safety Membranes: These membranes prevent blood and tattoo ink from flowing back into your tattoo grip. Therefore, sterilizing your setup and preventing cross-contamination is much easier when a cartridge membrane is involved. All Baker cartridge needles are now equipped with safety membranes.

Stabilizers: All Baker cartridge needles feature unique stabilizing mechanisms that keep your needles on track. This prevents any wobbly or unstable tattoos


The diameter of your tattoo needle is a measurement of the thickest point of the needle.

The diameter of a tattoo needle affects its ink flow. Thus, the narrower the diameter of the needle, the finer and more controlled the flow of ink that comes out of it. Therefore, narrower tattoo needles have a finer flow of ink and are generally better for line work. On the other hand, larger diameter tattoo needles have a freer flow of ink, so you may prefer them for shading or color.

Aside from ink flow, the diameter of your tattoo needle also affects the size of the puncture made in your client's skin. Small diameter punctures are better for shading and creating smooth gradients, while larger punctures are generally better for more daring work. #12 needles, which have a diameter of 0.35 mm, are often called "standard". This is because they are very popular across all needle groups and types.

0.25 (#08)

0.30mm (#10)

0.35mm (#12)


You've probably heard of bugpin needles. Some artists swear by them for their photorealistic work.

Bugpin needles are extremely narrow. Needles size #10 and smaller are all considered bugpin needles. Due to their ultra-narrow diameter, they allow you to execute lines and shadows with precision and accuracy. Bugpin needles are also ideal for pixel and small dot tattooing.


The number of needles in a group refers to the number of needles. The higher your needle count, the larger your grouping will be. Therefore, the number of needles directly influences the space you cover during a tattoo session.


Tattoo needles come in all kinds of arrangements.

Your needle configuration or type refers to the arrangement of the needles on the needle bar. Different needle arrangements produce very different effects on your client's skin. So, choosing your needle type is essential when working in a particular style.

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