M3D Nameplate

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M3D Nameplate by DataDink Jul 10, 2017
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This is just a little plate that sits on the front of your M3D that you can cut words into that will glow through using the M3D logo lighting.

I've included the Blender file that is already set up to put your own text in there.

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How do you edit the blender file? I downloaded the blender program, but I can't figure out how to edit the text?

I don't think I can make an "easy" edit file. Basically one object is being subtracted from another object. In Blender text can't be one of those objects. To change the text on this you will need to create a new text object, convert it to a mesh, then alter the "Plate" modifier to subtract your new text mesh.

Hi, it looks like the "Text" object I left in there was just in mesh form, probably because of the transforms, etc. Let me see if I can upload something that you can edit a little easier. For now, if you are familiar with blender you can just create a new text object and replace the existing one.