Printing a Nameplate

Time’s Up has a number of ongoing projects. One of them is the Time’s Up Boating Association (TUBA), which of course has its own blog.

But that is not what we are here to discuss. The latest post on the blog talks about the first proper launching from the TUBA, and as David said, any boat that leaves a shipyard needs a recognition plate. So tonight we got stuck into it and with a mixture of some old school bitmapped text graphics that have been turned into OpenSCAD library for doing text and some high quality faffing around, we got all the parts working.

So for the first boat out of the shipyards we have the first TUBA plate to signify its authenticity.

Huzzah!

The TUBA plate for David Moises Caravan Diving Bell "Karl Stromberg"

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One Response to Printing a Nameplate

  1. Pippa says:

    Neat. That said we still need to officially name The Imperial Punt.

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