2024-01-29 (M) Gravy Shock Designing rubber stamps

The prototype cards will be double-blank playing cards stamped on the back with permanent ink. I have a jig to make stamping uniform so players cannot identify certain cards. I also make two copies of the word, with one rotated, so the deck is the same from either orientation. Stamping the card face does not require precision or rotatability, so I will make those a single word and use a hand stamp which is quicker to apply. Last time, I cut each stamp on a square of rubber, but I had trouble with the edges accidentally catching and applying ink. This time, I used QCAD's Offset command to make a halo that conformed to the word shape.
Stamp drafts

Files on GitHub.
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