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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Day 183 - Hiroshima University

To celebrate today's visit to the JMU 3-SPACE classroom from a group of students from Hiroshima University, we them made a nameplate logo design in Tinkercad.

Settings: MakerWare .3mm/low on a Replicator 2 with no raft and no support, oriented so the nameplate was face-down.

Technical notes: To import the logo into Tinkercad we opened a .jpg of the design in Inkscape, converted to bitmap, and then saved in .svg format. 

You can see pictures from the Hiroshima University visit at the JMU 3-SPACE blog.

Cool fact: Today marks the halfway point on our journey to 3D print and post about something every day for a year!

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