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No worse then any other body-graffiti.



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The "body artist" needs to be able to draw a straight line and a good
circle??

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Photoshop has the tools to make that simple.



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LARGE printer, insert body, press go...hehehe

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I think it would need to be a CNC machine :-)

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An ink jet with really high velocity jets.

CNC is good for repetitve tasks, could have problems with a live person
who won't sit still enough.



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Nope, it just needs large jaws to hold the 'person' while its being printed on.



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Nope, it just needs a tracking system fast enough to 'track' the 'person'
being printed on...






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Nope, much simpler to use large jaws. Then if it gets too uppity, just squash it
like a bug.



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Just make sure the operator gets paid prior to tatooing..



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Dont need to do that, once the bug is squashed, the operator can just
remove the wallet from the remains and get the credit cards out of that.



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it like a bug.
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I was under the impression that they used a dot matrix printer.

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that could work, just sharpen the pins a bit.

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Industrial plotter?



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