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Pocket-Tactics Logo

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Pocket-Tactics Logo by dutchmogul Jan 17, 2013
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Winner of our Pocket-Tactics logo contest! Thanks to Michael Wortman for his awesome design. You can find it here on TinkerCAD:

https://tinkercad.com/things/ckYKkgC5FoT-pocket-tactics-logo-2

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Printed in Black ABS at 10% infill, 1 shell, and a .20 layer height. Painted with model acrylics.

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This is fantastic. I plan to combo it into the Pocket Tactics Box Lid just to make it that much more awesome.

Not had a go at painting mine but put is picture up. I had to increase its size to 1.25 so that my printer made a good job of it with a 0.5mm nozzle

Hey, bigger is better! Looks fantastic! The one I show that was painted actually went along with with a set to the guy who designed it/won the contest. I use one in photos nowadays that I haven't gotten around to painting either. In fact, it was an unfinished print (I think I was at the end of a plunger's use on that one) but I kind of like it that way. Show's off the 3D printiness (totally a word) of the game.

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