A fringe science warning sign to notify everyone about the nature of the potential doomsday machine that you have sitting in your home or office.
I really enjoy fringe science and, as a responsible 3D printer owner, thought it would be fun to make this little sign for my printer.
This was originally meant to be a replacement for the "Caution: Hot" sign that came on the hotend housing of the Anycubic i3 Mega, but I ended up scaling it up slightly and using it to cover that graphic of the robot next to the touchscreen.
UPDATE: This Thing now supports multicolor extrusions, so you don't need to take time in post-processing to color in the letters. You can even do it with one extruder! Simply print the "2 Color A" file, remove the skirt, fully prime a second color, and then print the "2 Color B" file without removing the first print from the printer!
Make sure to print the first layer very slowly and make sure that you have very good bed adhesion, otherwise, you're in for a bad time of letters curling up and possible over extrusion blobs at the beginning of lines.
Other things of mine seen in this posting:
Spool Holder - Lazy Susan Style
Anycubic i3 Mega Hotend Overhaul
Make sure your print cools completely before you try removing it from the print bed; it is a thin piece and may warp if it is still warm when you remove it from the bed.
When you finish printing this, I'd recommend taking a fine sandpaper and sanding down the face of the sign so that the letters, border, and symbol have a rough surface. Then, you can take an ink pad, a marker, or some paint, and carefully color the letters to make them stand out from the rest of the sign to improve readability.
This process took me about 10 - 15 minutes.