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12 May 2022 11:05 #242782 by robertspark
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I thought I'd ask and maybe an altruistic talented individual could somehow plonk a torch in lieu of the end mill..... (I was looking at this sort of an image and stitching it in)

 


..... Now at lest there is a chips without a cutter and it's in SVG so I'm half way there....Or one of the pictoral images from here: www.wikihow.com/Use-a-Plasma-Cutter

I'm just a hack, not an artist
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15 May 2022 06:35 - 15 May 2022 06:37 #243007 by XXCoder
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This should be final design. It works from small scale to large.

Last edit: 15 May 2022 06:37 by XXCoder. Reason: picture mess up
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15 May 2022 07:48 #243008 by rodw
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Looks great. Can you share the vector (SVG) please?
EPS or PDF would also do but I'm guessing you have worked in SVG.

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15 May 2022 19:15 #243042 by Bari
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I'm going to make a Chips 3D model. I was thinking several pieces like a Mr. Potato Head so the wings, feet and head move and tools may be swapped. The body is pretty much a pear shape. Maybe I'll do it as two parts so it may be rotated at the waist. I'll put the parts up on Github so people can animate it in Blender and/or 3d print or machine.
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15 May 2022 19:19 #243044 by XXCoder
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Plan to push to main git. Just not feeling great at this time.

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17 May 2022 12:30 #243147 by andypugh
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The body is pretty much a pear shape.

I know the feeling. 
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23 May 2022 01:36 - 24 May 2022 01:36 #243586 by Bari
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Just a body for now. 

github.com/openlunchbox/Chips3d
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22 Jul 2022 17:34 #248057 by AlexMagToast
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Hi Guys,
Today i stumbled upon this Thread. I have previously made Chip holding a Ruby Touch Probe in his Hand and with the link to the Original by @rodw forum.linuxcnc.org/show-your-stuff/32672...-logo?start=20#95199 i was able to redo the low res Icon i did earlyer to SVG.
I also fixed a couple little "bugs" with the original Chip and made a Version for a Lathe, Lasercutter, Waterjet cutter as well with a Plasmatorch. I hope i could still manage to stay true to the style of the original artwork.
What do you guys think? Thinks i should fix? Did i forget a typical LinuxCNC Application?

Where should i push the Logo Files to so people have a chance finding them?

Cheers, Alex
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22 Jul 2022 17:57 #248058 by AlexMagToast
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Here are usable Logo Files in the 48x48px format.
I have just tested them and they look grat i think!
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22 Jul 2022 21:27 #248073 by andypugh
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Nice. I especially like the appropriate eyewear.

I am wondering what to do with these images (yours and others). Currently I don't think that they have a home in the tree (but perhaps I have not looked carefully enough.)
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