3D Printer Hack Makes Automatic Tattoo Machine

3D Printer Hack Makes Automatic Tattoo Machine
Design

French designers alter 3D printer to let you ink yourself

Jason Brick
  • 29 october 2014

3D printing technology has now followed the curve of most emerging inventions. What starts as a prototype gets picked up by the industries the idea most impacts, then by corollary industries, then by the art and hobbyist crowd. This month, Paris design studio Appropriate Audiences made that final step by hacking a 3D printer and turning it into a tattoo gun.

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