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MakerChip Starter Pack - Make your Own Maker Chip

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MakerChip Starter Pack - Make your Own Maker Chip 3d model
MakerChip Starter Pack - Make your Own Maker Chip 3d model
MakerChip Starter Pack - Make your Own Maker Chip 3d model
MakerChip Starter Pack - Make your Own Maker Chip 3d model
MakerChip Starter Pack - Make your Own Maker Chip 3d model
MakerChip Starter Pack - Make your Own Maker Chip 3d model
MakerChip Starter Pack - Make your Own Maker Chip 3d model
MakerChip Starter Pack - Make your Own Maker Chip 3d model
MakerChip Starter Pack - Make your Own Maker Chip 3d model
MakerChip Starter Pack - Make your Own Maker Chip - Created a remix for ZombieHedgehog

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MakerChip Starter Pack - Make your Own Maker Chip - MakerChip for Westery1 - 3d model
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225 Likes351 DownloadsMarch 29, 2024
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MakerChips! 14 Styles for your customizing pleasure! (More “decorations” coming soon, be sure follow & check back.)

DIY Instructions: Open Bambu Studio Drag/Drop the Base Circle into slicer - K2_MakerChip_v1-Back.stl. Add the version of Chip Decoration you want to use v1 - v3. Center the Chip decoration Switch to Objects view (In the Process dialog box in the slicer - Photo Included) Select objects, right click and Assemble. Slice to check your MakerChip Top and Bottom!

Adding your own logo: Create your logo as STL, Logo z-height only needs to be 0.6mm to 0.8mm. Size your logo to fit your Maker Chip. You can scale, but be sure to maintain your .8mm height. In the Objects view, select your logo and select the assembly, right click and merge/combine. Slice to verify you completed this correctly, and Print!

Adding your own QR Code: I've had great success using: https://genqrcode.com/generator/stl to create QRCodes.

  1. Create your QR code as STL
  2. Size is 26mm for most chips (you can always scale in the slicer)
  3. QR-Code z-height only need to be 0.6mm to 0.8mm.
  4. Size your logo to fit your Maker Chip. You can scale, but be sure to maintain your .8mm height.
  5. In the Objects view, select your QR-Code and select the assembly, right click and merge/combine.
  6. Now use the MOVE option in slicer to move the QR code up until its just peaks through the top layer.
  7. You can also flip your chip, and place the QR code on the bottom (so it's “easy even” with the layer), dont forget to flip it back over once merged.
  8. Slice to verify you completed this correctly, and Print!

225 Likes351 DownloadsMarch 29, 2024





This model is restricted by licensing terms. 
225 Likes351 DownloadsMarch 29, 2024
This model is restricted by licensing terms.