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Design your own Customizable pixel art Pendant
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This is a customizable pixel art pendant, (or refrigerator magnet) I created it based on http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:56310
You can draw your own design on http://jsfiddle.net/Riham/fUrpC/20/embedded/result/ and paste the results in customizer to make your own desgins!
You can get rid of the hole (in customizer set hole size = 0) and turn this design into a refrigerator magnet or use it for any other purpose
Hole Height is a parameter that allows you to move the hole up or down if you don't like the default location.
Choose one of the existing designs or create your own by following these instructions:
1- Draw the design here jsfiddle.net/Riham/fUrpC/20/embedded/result/
2- Click the "Get Array!" button
3- In Customizer, choose shape = Custom
4- in the Custom field, paste the generated array
5- Have fun!
I am still a newbie, I don't have a makerbot so if you happen to try it, or if you are an expert, your feedback is really appreciated!
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Design your own Customizable pixel art Pendant by Riham is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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