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Create your individual name or tag keychain. More than 700 different high-definition Fonts, many options and easy multicolor
printing, gives you a great playground.
Please don't be confused about the many options in Customizer! Simply enter your text and select your favorite font, that is all you need to do.
This keychain is perfect as small gift or giveaway, ideal for first prints and demonstration (especially on multicolor). This keychain is easy to personalize, easy and fast to print and gives always great results with default settings.
New Beta Version
There is a new beta version, with individual font settings for each line: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2712292
The default values are perfect for 0.1mm, 0.2mm, 0.3mm layer height.
- ruler for preview in customizer added
- new border and margin setting
- optimized for 0.1mm, 0.2mm, 0.3mm layer thickness
- writing direction added
- more than 90 Noto fonts added
- multi extrusion removed
- bugfix stencil tag
- Text extrusion bugfix
- some parameters optimized, like "Font Size" and "Layers"
- some fonts like "Alex One" optimized (adding extra weight)
- a down stripped 'main' font list with 250 fonts and a complete list with all font styles (many Thanks to tbuser for giving me the list of the installed fonts)
- pointy style bug fix
- new default style Surround Text with border
- some minor changes
- hole_extra_margin to extend the hole and the bar (ajwest's suggestion)
You can find all fonts at Google Fonts page. If you select the "Word".tab, you can enter the Text you want to print and choose the best font. On the left side you can filter the displayed fonts (Handwriting, serif,...).
If you need Braille you can use DejaVu Sans / Serif, as this fonts has the Unicode Braille section.
For Indian languages you may use Lohit font. This font family supports 21 Indian languages: Assamese, Bengali, Devanagari (Hindi - हिन्दी, Kashmiri, Konkani, Maithili, Marathi, Nepali, Sindhi, Santali, Bodo, Dogri), Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Manipuri, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, and Telugu (https://pagure.io/lohit).
The font list should now be accurate, tbuser sent me the list of fonts from the server, many thanks for that. If you need it for your own Customizer thing, you can download it in the file section (fc-list.txt).
By default you get a single-extrusion file. If you want dual or multi-extrusion you have to go to the last tab and create a separate remix for each extruder. After creating the extruder1 file go back to the Customizer (you still got your old settings!) and create the extruder2 file and so on.
The option Glyph Coalesce automatically helps to to interconnect the lower part of i-letter with its point. This works good with default settings, but may fail in some cases as you can see here.
Make your own 3D Printed Tree Decorations this Christmas!