January 8, 2013

Signing your 3D prints with digital/physical signature

thing:39497.jpeg It happens almost everyday that things you made are copied by others. Chris at TheNewHobbyist has come up with a speical solution: signing your 3D prints with a digital/physical signature.

In his own words:

quotemarksright.jpgI had looked into subtracting a logo or initials on the bottom of my prints but leaving an outline in the first few layers. Unfortunately this wasn’t always practical depending on your intended application for the part. So I took the idea of “stamping” a design into the bottom of the part and moved it up and into the center of my print.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read more. via 3ders.org.

emily | 5:11 PM | News
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