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I don't think the cricut machine can handle a 2mm acrylic sheet, a milling machine will work (or, when i first read CuFan reply: A 3D printed version out of halfway transparent material might work, but will not look that great). With a laser cutter cutting and engraving is in minute range, making an individual design took far more time per participant.
Not the first oen who asked this question - and the answer is still make it yourself, that's the whole idea of this instructable ^^. And there is plenty of room for improvements to make a better one than this version ;-)
Sorry for the late answer: Should be the basic pi as username and raspberry as password
Yes, as far as i know Mario used it with the raspberry pi (needed some fixes first to get the camera running)
The Fabscan Pi hat is now available at watterott.com
Shouldn't be a problem, just enlarge the whole setup (well, better use now the "official" box design at fabscan.org, because it's simpler and smaller). And one moment we thought about making a person scanner out of it (completly useless because of laser and long scanning time) and a micro version for scanning tiny things. Only problem might be the camera lens. Try it out :-)
Sorry for the late answer: 3 in Parallel with a common resistor. Iknow, that's somethign what you shouldn't do , but in that case it was the easiest solution (series requieres a higher voltage than teh 3 mignon cells, and one resistor per led looks ugly (more wires))
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