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Cheyenne Factory Day 2019

For the second time Cheyenne's Berlin headquarters opened its doors to its distributors, partners and artists. On this day they could experience the production of tattoo equipment step by step. But this year we wanted to support the intercommunication between Cheyenne and our partners, so we offered the visitors a varied program.
 

Made in Berlin - Where the magic happens

Our guests were guided through the manufactory and could watch exactly how their favorite equipment is produced. Many noticed the importance Cheyenne attaches to the quality of work, while manufacturing the tattoo machines. The single parts are produced using the latest technology and are then assembled by hand by our qualified employees. The quality control after production also plays an important role. Each completed machine is operated for one hour to check voltage, temperature and noise. 
 
After the tour through the machine production, the guests went to see the production of cartridges. Here they could see how tattoo cartridges are made from single metal pins. When it comes to the cartridge production, Cheyenne takes a very detailed approach here too. After production, the employees check each individual group of needles manually. 
 

Made for Artists - Know-how and inspiration

Cheyenne was developed for artists, so we attach great importance to the exchange and communication with the artists. With the Factory Day 2019 we wanted to offer our guests a platform for inspiration and sharing their know-how. That's why this time we've supplemented the program with a series of lectures. 
 
During the lectures we talked about the topics from the tattoo scene which mean a lot to us - quality assurance, EU regulations and tattoo hygiene. Dr. Andreas Pachten gave the guests a short introduction to the topic "Quality management at MT.DERM GmbH". Afterwards, Professor Serup shared exciting insights on the innovations of the European Congress on Tattoo and Pigment Research. Our personal highlight was the lecture by Cheyenne artist Jens Bergström, who is actively involved in the standardization of tattoo hygiene in Sweden. He talked about the general hygiene regulations for tattoo artists in the European Union.
 

The new dimension of tattooing

Of course, we had another ace up our sleeve for this great day - the presentation of the new Cheyenne products. We don't want to withhold this information from you, so here's a little preview of the innovations. 
 
The SOL series meets color: The SOL machines have established themselves in the tattoo scene in the shortest time, but so far, the tattoo machines were only available in black. From now on, all machines of the SOL series are available in the already known Cheyenne color variants. Although, SOL machines in the new stylish gold version are an absolute must-have. 
 
There are also innovations in the Power Unit series. We have presented the new Power Unit IV - the ergonomic control unit of the latest generation, which can be used in the studio and on the go. The compact, digital tattoo power supply is suitable for all frequency ranges and is also compatible with machines from other manufacturers.  
 
But that's not all! Cheyenne is currently developing a product that will revolutionize the tattoo industry. At the Factory Day we presented the SOL Nova Unlimited for the first time. This battery powered pen has an integrated power unit and a battery with a maximum runtime of 5 hours. The frequency is adjusted via the bearing sensor - no cables are required to operate the machine. You are curious? Stay tuned, we will keep you up to date on the development of the battery pen. 
 

All in all, this was a great Cheyenne Factory Day. Thank you for that. See you again next year!


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