2020-11-02 (M) IoTHackDay2020 Cloud Ouija

I learned my lesson about creating boards on a computer with many fonts, then trying to render them on a different computer. This time, I converted all my files to PDF, which packages the fonts into the file. For an extra layer of safety, I backed up all the exotic fonts to a portable drive.

I engraved the Monospace font in the laser room at the hackspace, but I forgot to etch on the back of the plastic. It still looked good. This time, I removed the protective film before engraving since it was a huge hassle last time, and that worked splendidly. My next board used the Bauhaus 93 font, and it required rastering since it was a blocky style. I remembered to mirror the image before I started. It took thirty-minutes from start to finish.
Monospace and Bauhaus 93

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Completed projects from year 1
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