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Printer that actually uses crayons

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With four crayons for CMYK

Able to knock out a either kids style version of old master prints, complete with wobbly clouds and badly drawn faces. Useful for childless couples or something.

Or by actuating the photo-realistic option you can humiliate small children with much better pictures than theirs.."See! Look! This is what a cow really looks like, are you Picasso or what?",

And by changing the print head with the charcoal one, you can make rubbings of cute people (as your gender choice dictates).

NB not wishing to be pinching Voice's buns (in any way, shape or form), please leave them on the other page, link

not_morrison_rm, Oct 05 2014

buns this way please Crayon_20printer
[not_morrison_rm, Oct 05 2014]

Solid ink printer http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solid_ink
Professional grade [senatorjam, Oct 05 2014]

Google-Fu! https://www.google....d=0CAcQ_AUoAA&dpr=1
All sorts of crayon plotters. [neutrinos_shadow, Oct 05 2014]

What neutrinos_shadow said http://lmgtfy.com/?q=plotter+with+crayons
only with animation [pashute, Oct 06 2014]

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       Yes but what about white crayons?
pocmloc, Oct 05 2014
  

       I seem to recall that the ability to mix colors when using crayons is somewhat disappointing.
ytk, Oct 05 2014
  

       I vote for a 3D printer that uses a battery of crayons to print full-colour wax objects.
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 05 2014
  

       The printer would be useful for doing currency, as the amount of wax would make the banknote waterproof, and all the police would have to do is keep an eye on crayon shops to foil counterfeiters. .
not_morrison_rm, Oct 05 2014
  

       Chalk on the sidewalk, And fire in the sky.   

       Duh du du da dua da du da du du du du duhh
popbottle, Oct 05 2014
  

       Step 1: Purchase old-school plotter.
Step 2: Buy crayons, adapt to fit into plotter's old pen carousel.
Step 3: Print!
I would be amazed if some crazy person hasn't done this in the past already.
(Later...) Yep, they're out there.
neutrinos_shadow, Oct 05 2014
  

       Solution to the color mixing issue is to have the mechanism hold an entire 64-count box.   

       Maybe Crayola can make this. Include a built-in sharpener.
tatterdemalion, Oct 05 2014
  

       + I hope the idea is as good as the title.
pashute, Oct 06 2014
  

       Potential groom: She had one eye, her nose and mouth are each to a different side and her ear is on her forehead!   

       Matchmaker: So you don't like Picasso!
pashute, Oct 06 2014
  

       I would use this to create superior-but- still-obviously- child-drawn pictures for school art projects to make other parents jealous.
RayfordSteele, Oct 09 2014
  
      
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