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Illinois Keychain

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Illinois Keychain by bradk2012 Oct 18, 2012
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Summary

Saw a Wisconsin keychain and I figured Illinois should answer back

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  • If you are using the STL file, scale up in ReplicatorG somewhere between 2 and 2.6 depending on how much extra bulk you want to add to your keys
  • The .gcode file is already scaled to 2, it is on the small end since I don't have much on my keychain (1 5/8" long, 1" wide)

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Is there an instructable? Id like to make one for Idaho.

No instructable but I can walk you through my process (there may be a better way). I used free software, I believe Google sketch up

  • create a rectangle at origin.
  • Find an image of your state on google search
  • apply that image as the texture to the rectangle
  • trace the image with freehand or spline
  • extrude the shape up
  • delete the original rectangle
  • scale to appropriate size
  • add a hole ( ~1/4" CIA.)
    -print

Let me know if that helps, I'm answering from a phone so my description was a little brief.

How long does this take to print?

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