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Business cards are for business people. And nothing shows you mean business like a robotic claw. Here's how I made my latest business card, which...
The trickiest part of this project, as is often the case, was the design stage. I started with an idea in my mind of a business card that involved gea...
When I had the basic layout of the card clear in mind mind, I started drawing it in Adobe Illustrator. I plotted the three layers individually, then r...
To cut the components out of card I sought the help of my old friend, the Epilog laser cutter. For the base layer and the surface layer, I used thin ...
I then carefully laid out the three layers to see that they all fit together.
I double-checked that everything lined up neatly by posing the innards in various positions.
Once I was sure everything was in order, I started gluing the inner layer to the base layer with superglue, taking care not to accidentally glue down ...
With the superglue dry and all of the moving parts in position, I needed to attach the surface layer to hold it all together. Superglue has a tendency...
As soon as the glue was dry, I had myself a fun little business card! Where next? I'm considering trying to make a set of five business cards that co...
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