Snowflake 2012

by robboz4, published

Snowflake 2012 by robboz4 Oct 17, 2012
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Added year and names to original design with tinkercad.


Reduce size or support raft will be slightly bigger than the heated build platform.
Use tinkercard to change the names. Ungroup the whole image, then select the letters to replace.

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Actually,  there is a hole in the top arm. Once we set the tree up I'll post another picture.

I'm trying to make a dual colour one, but my first attempt failed. Unless you class white letters on a white background  as two colours :-) Haven't had a chance to try again, but if succeed I'll repost.

It would make a good Christmas tree ornament with a loop on one arm.