Gallifreyan Name Coin

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Gallifreyan Name Coin by IWorkInPixels Oct 19, 2012
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I used the transcriber available here:


to write my girlfriend's name in Gallifreyan, and then ran that through OpenSCAD to make it a coin.


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How did you convert the png output by the name program to the point-lists for the openScad file?

 Actually, I only used the png output from the name program to let me know the basic form, which I then recreated in Photoshop, but then I ran that PNG through this plugin to export to OpenSCAD:


From there, it was just a matter of linear_extrude()-ing to the appropriate depths.

 For what it is worth, the next build of the translator should hopefully have svg export.


 Awesome!  That's great news!