Pins for a Client


#1

So I have been doing quite a bit on my glowforge.

Here are some pins that I created for a client. That came out great. Not I just need to get the rest out.


#2

Man my mind went the wrong way on this one lol.

K in a cube. K cubed
K x K x K
KKK

Oh no

But I also know k-cube is another reference for a hypercube which is probably much closer than my initial rambling


#3

Is there some sort of weird optical illusion going on here, or are some of the cubes not actually cubical?


#4

Looks like they’re resting at an angle due to the pin mechanism.


#5

They have pin backs on them. :slight_smile: That is why I had on upside down so people would know why it is screwed. :slight_smile:


#6

No that is not the KKK. It is the logo for Kinectic Communications. There are a very well established web development group in Birmingham.

https://www.kinetic.com/


#7

Ahhh! I missed the message, there; understood the intent was for pin backs, but not that it had already happened. It was hurting my brain!


#8

Nice!
As an alternative to pins, small magnets work well for securing them to clothing without needing to Pierce the fabric.


#9

Yeah, I use magnetic backing all the time. Especially on my clients that want name tags. But many clients still want the traditional pin backs for some reason.


#10

Pacemakers.