RI Mini Maker Faire Maker Badge
by bjepson, published
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The badges worn by the Makers at the 2012 RI Mini Maker Faire.
You could probably produce these faster on a laser cutter, but I don't have a laser cutter, so I printed these on my Thing-o-Matic and my Prusa. The process for creating this is a bit more complex than it probably needs to be:
- Convert the EPS to a DXF with pstoedit -dt -f dxf:-polyaslines maker\ badge.eps maker\ badge.dxf
- Extrude the DXF using OpenSCAD, then save as STL.
- Repair the STL with netfabb Basic.
- Scale the STL and flip it over (assuming you want a smooth finish on the front).
- Print it!
RI Mini Maker Faire Maker Badge by bjepson is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.
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