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BRANDED | Rubber Stamp Logo

3D model description

To further decorate envelopes I send out for my web shop, I designed this rubber stamp with my logo.

I know there's not much use for you to have my logo, which I won't include, but maybe someone could use the handle or just the idea. I'm especially loving how the fingerprinty lines came out!

The handle fits a 30x30mm stamp. To a certain extend you can scale and stretch it to fit your needs.

3D printing settings

Printer:
Monoprice Select Mini & Creality CR-10

Rafts:
No

Supports:
No

Resolution:
0.2

Infill:
100%

Notes:
The stamp itself is printed on the Monoprice Select Mini with Robin Reiter's flexible filament upgrade (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2029972 and https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2030554), using Recreus's FilaFlex Skin II filament (230°C nozzle, 50°C heat bed, 120% flow, 20mm/s).

The handle is printed in Das Filament brown PLA on the CR-10 (210°C nozzle, 50°C heat bed).

To get those cool fingerprint like lines, tell your slicer (I used Cura) to use concentric lines on the initial layer.

How I Designed This

To make the stamp I took my logo, brought it into Illustrator and saved it as an SVG, imported it into Tinkercad and gave it some depth. Then I added a cylinder on top to connect all the floating parts. This made the print a bit messy, as the flexible filament has a harder time bridging, but it came out well enough to work. You might not even need to do this, depending on your design. The handle was a quick sketch-and-pull job in Fusion 360, just guessing and eyeballing a bit, but it worked fine as well.

  • 3D model format: STL

Tags

Creator

Artist, designer and curator from Rotterdam, The Netherlands

License

CC BY SA


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