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    Cool CNC for tattoos?!

    Just found this link CNC to draw tattoos and wanted to share-it.
    Page is in Russian but pictures are universal.

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    Yeah, but what if you want a tattoo someplace other than your arm? I can think of several body parts that won't fit under that gantry.
    Bob

    "Bad decisions make good stories."

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    The concept is brilliant but could anyone trust it enough? If it goes wrong there would be no going back or something more serious could happen. Ouch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leegpx View Post
    The concept is brilliant but could anyone trust it enough? If it goes wrong there would be no going back or something more serious could happen. Ouch!
    Wouldn't be this the reason ESTOP was invented ?!

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    Re: CNC for tattoos?!

    Think about the kind of tattoo or design you would have gotten 10 years ago and ask yourself if you'd like that now. If not, then take this fact into serious consideration. Can you avoid changing your mind about your design later? How can you anticipate your future tastes? It might turn out that you're too changeable or finicky to choose a design you'll like forever.

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    Re: CNC for tattoos?!

    Everyone who applies a drawing to the body must decide what he would like to receive. It is advisable to have an idea so that a specialist https://www.facefigurati.com/lip-cos...-in-melbourne/ can offer the best solution. It is unnecessary to have a ready-made sketch of a tattoo which one you want to fill. It is enough to show him a few printouts that reflect the essence of your wishes. Then, for sure, this tattoo will last on your body for a long time and you will not regret that you did just that.

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    Re: CNC for tattoos?!

    I wouldn't trust any parts om my body to this tattoo machine, looks scary. I love tattoos, last one I made before all this virus restrictions when I was on vacation in property in Ayia Napa with friends and I made one there as a memory of a good vacation

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    Re: CNC for tattoos?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Martiz View Post
    I wouldn't trust any parts om my body to this tattoo machine, looks scary. I love tattoos, last one I made before all this virus restrictions when I was on vacation in property in Ayia Napa here with friends and I made one there as a memory of a good vacation
    My dream is to make a tattoo in Miami, I even know a place there where I want to go. I hope this year I will be able to do it

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    Re: CNC for tattoos?!

    I am indifferent to tattoos. If, of course, you are ready to be a drawing for the rest of your days, this is your choice. Pictures are beautiful. But this is a serious step.

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