Higher resolution Trek Badge with magnet hole

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Higher resolution Trek Badge with magnet hole by tmorris9 Nov 18, 2012


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This is a remake of my other badge here http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:34807

This one is higher resolution and has a hole or round inset in the back for a 3/8" magnet. This allows it to be a fridge magnet or use another magnet under a shirt to attach to clothes.


For best results use a .35mm nozzle or smaller. I got best results with a .15mm layer height and printed very slow 10mm-20mm second.

I did fill a few pinholes in the silver part with ABS/acetone solution and then lightly sanded it before painting. Glue a magnet in the back you are ready for service.

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First ever print, turned out great!

great work! if you have time, could you do the badge from the TOS movies, with the oval bar behind it?

hmm, i wonder if it is possible to put the magnet in it while its printing, no visible atatchment!

I am sure you could, people do it with other things. I just don't mind glueing and I am not crazy about the possibility of the nozzle hitting a hard magnet but that's just me.

good point, it would be bad for a steal nozzle, not so bad for aluminium/other things

Thanks for the design! I made a derivative for a different size magnet. These will make my new years party even more awesome!