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How to 3D Tattoo Jelly

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Peter Bailey

Freelance Wordpress Developer in London (peabay.xyz) @peabay
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While inspecting a friend’s jelly shots (US: jello) for an upcoming party Jeroen Domburg noticed the bubbles which had been caught and held at various positions as the jelly had set. It gave him the awesome idea of suspending food dyes in a similar way to draw three dimensional shapes in the jelly.

He ran upstairs to fetch a syringe from his stash (usually used for flux dispensing, apparently) and proceeded to inject the jelly. It worked, however his friend pointed out that doing it by hand was much too slow, to which Jeroen replied “Never mind that, I’ll just whip up a 3d printer that can make nice figures in the jelly for you.”

Posted 28th Dec 2013
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