French Designers Hack A 3d Printer

The idea for Tatoué, a machine that combines 3D printing with tattoo artistry, was born out of a workshop organised by the school in October 2013 that asked students to use digital material available in the public domain to create something new.

“We use a three axis machine, which we have deconstructed,” explained the designers.

“Making the machine more accessible is a challenge. And there are many possible future applications – in medicine or in fashion – but our priority is a third version of the machine, which will be able to tattoo any part of the body using a specific architecture. We are currently working on this.”

http://www.dezeen.com/2014/10/28/appropriate-audiences-tatoue-hacked-3d-printer-tattoo-machine/

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