[757labs] Hackerspace passports, telephones, and locks.
3aih at angushines.com
Fri Sep 30 16:28:02 EDT 2011
Somebody shoot me a design and I can engrave it in real rubber stamp
Angus Hines III
757 373 5366
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Sent: Friday, September 30, 2011 4:01 PM
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Subject: Re: [757labs] Hackerspace passports, telephones, and locks.
> Gotta be a real ink stamp. We could go the cheap route and just to
> etched linoleum - used to do it all the time in art class. There are
> sites that will make custom stamps for you though. Would be cool to
> put it on one of those giant gov't style stamp handles. CACHUNK.
> Welcome to 757Labs
I think the best thing to do is use the laser engraver? I talked to Harold a
bit today during lunch. We should be able to laser something out of plexi or
whatever material. Then cast it in latex (he suggested.) Bam. Add ink,
I'd suggest doing a black 757 Labs logo, then doing UV ink around it like
Dave mentioned. A stamp process?
Also, I guess we should get hold of some of these passports. I know a few
lab members visit other hackerspaces while on work/vacation!
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